The Ambassador Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Hassan Talaat Nazer, praised the growth in the Saudi-Australian relations and confirmed desire to activate projects of real partnership between the two friendly nations.

In a speech delivered on the occasion of the National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ambassador Nazer commended the Saudi resolute as established by the late King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, the unifier of the Arabian Peninsula, and his benevolent descendents to build the new Saudi nation. He welcomed the occasion to send noblest greetings to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, his highness Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, the Royal Family and the Saudi People.

The Ambassador said the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regains, as it celebrates its National Day, the glories of its establishment on the hand of the late great King Abd Al-Aziz, may the mercy of Allah be upon him, who set down the Kingdom’s foundations and constituencies upon the guidance of the supreme principles of Islam and Arabic.  It also deserves to be proud of the great achievements of a comprehensive renaissance carried throughout the years by the kingdom’s leaders with their firm resolution, stillness and ability to fulfill the national requirements in a highly dynamic international political environment.

Ambassador Nazer expressed his satisfaction of the achieved level of relations between the Kingdom and Australia, its potentials and growth in more than one level. He said the existing relation between the two friendly countries is in good situation and hoped to boost it over the time as a result of growing positive atmospheres of common desire to establish and activate projects of real partnership between the two countries in more than a level. In this regards, he pointed out to growing numbers of Saudi students studying in the Australian universities in every specializations, the remarkable growth in trade between the two countries in recent years.