Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Issues Several Royal Orders

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Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud issued several royal orders stating:

Relieving Prince Abdul Rahman bin Muhammad bin Ayyaf Al Muqrin, Secretary of the Council of Ministers, from his post and appointing him as an adviser in the Royal Court of the rank of Minister.

Appointment of Dr. Bandar bin Obaid bin Hammoud Al-Rasheed as Secretary to His Highness the Crown Prince, in the rank of Minister, in addition to his other duties.

Ayman bin Muhammad bin Saud Al-Siyari was appointed deputy governor of the Saudi Central Bank for Investment and Research, in the rank of minister.

Appointment of Princess Haifa bint Muhammad Al Abdulrahman Al Saud as Vice Minister of Tourism with the Outstanding Rank

Rumaih Al-Rumaih as Deputy Minister of Transport and Logistics, at the outstanding rank

Appointment of Muhammad Abdullah Al-Amil as Deputy Secretary of the Council of Ministers for Council Affairs of the outstanding rank

– Appointment of Al-Shayhana Saleh Al-Azzaz as Deputy Secretary of the Council of Ministers, of the outstanding rank

Appointment of Mansour bin Abdullah bin Salama as Deputy Secretary to the Crown Prince, of the outstanding rank

Appointment of Abdulaziz bin Ismail Trabzoni as advisor to the Royal Court of the outstanding rank

Appointment of Ehab Ghazi Al-Hashani as Deputy Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing with the outstanding rank

Appointment of Ahmed Sufian Al-Hassan as Assistant to the Minister of Transport with the outstanding rank

Appointment of Khaled Walid Al-Zaher as Deputy Governor of the Central Bank for Supervision, with the outstanding rank

Appointment of Abdulaziz Hamad Al-Rumaih as Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Development with the outstanding rank

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