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About the Ambassador

Ambassador Ahmed Bin Abdul-Aziz Kattan

Date of Birth Born in Mecca on Tuesday the twelfth of Safar 1373 AH, corresponding to October 20, 1953 AD.
Social Situation Married with four children (Dalia, Bandar, Faisal, and Haifa)
Degree Graduated from Cairo University in 1978 AD. BC, specialized in Economics and Business Administration
Training courses
Work Served at the Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in London from 1982 AD to 1984 AD.
• Served at the Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Washington DC from 1984 AD to 2005 AD and as Deputy Chief of Mission under his Royal Highness Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, from 2002 AD to 2005 AD.
• Attended all meetings of the United Nations in New York from 1984 to 2005 AD.
• Served as Permanent Observer of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Organization of American States from 1996 to 2005 AD.
• Appointed as Permanent Delegate of Saudi Arabia to the League of Arab States in February 2005 until present.
• Participated in all Arab Summits since 2005 AD. (Algeria – Khartoum – Riyadh – Damascus – Doha – Sirte – Baghdad – Sharm El Skheikh – Nouakchott)
• Attended the Economic Summit of 2009 AD, the Economic Summit of 2011 AD in Sharm El Skheikh, and the exceptional summit of Sirte in 2010 AD.
• Headed the delegation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the Fifth meeting of Senior Officials in Arab Countries and Latin America, held in Doha in 2009 AD.
• Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Commission of UNRWA in the celebration of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
• By Royal order dated 28-2-2011, he was appointed as Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Arab Republic of Egypt, in addition to his current position at the time, the Permanent Delegate of Saudi Arabia to the League of Arab States.
• First Saudi diplomat to combine between the duties of Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Arab Republic of Egypt, and that of the Permanent Delegate of Saudi Arabia to the League of Arab States.
Languages Arabic, English, French
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