Publish dateMonday 27 May 2024 - 09:49
Story Code : 291023
After 12 years of severing relations, Saudi Arabia sent an ambassador to Syria
The media have reported that Saudi Arabia appointed Faisal bin Saud al-Mujjafel as its ambassador to Damascus today, Sunday (May 26), 12 years after breaking ties with Syria.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: The news media are reporting the appointment of the first Saudi ambassador to Syria since the diplomatic relations between the two countries were severed in the early part of the last decade.
The official news agency of Saudi Arabia (WAS) wrote on its website this afternoon (Sunday) that "Faisal bin Saud al-Mujjaf" has been appointed as the country's new ambassador to Syria, making him the first person to hold this position since the end of diplomatic relations between the two countries. 
According to Vas report, the new ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Syria after being appointed to hold this position, from King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King and Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of his country because of their trust in him.
According to Shafqna, while expressing his pride that he has been trusted by the royal family, Al-Majfal asked God Almighty to fulfill his work duties in line with the wishes of the Saudi leadership in serving the interests of his country and strengthening bilateral relations with Syria. helped
It should be mentioned that after the start of the civil war in Syria, Saudi Arabia supported the opponents and terrorists against the Syrian government and severed its relationship with the government of this country.
After the Syrian government's victory over the opposition and terrorists, during the past two years, Saudi Arabia has expressed its interest in restoring relations and invited Bashar al-Assad to the Arab summit in Riyadh last year.
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