Faisal Bin Farhan new foreign minister; Saleh Al-Jasser minister of transport

Prince Faisal bin Farhan.

Saudi Gazette report

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has appointed Prince Faisal Bin Farhan as the Minister of Foreign Affairs, replacing Ibrahim Al-Assaf. In a series of royal decrees issued on Wednesday evening, the King relieved Minister of Transport Nabeel Al-Amoudi of his position and appointed Saleh Al-Jasser, director general of Saudi Arabian Airlines, as the new minister, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Ibrahim Al-Assaf has been appointed Minister of State and Member of the Cabinet. The King appointed Dr. Assam Al-Waqit as director of National Information Center. Abdullah Al-Ghamdi is appointed as the new president of Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority in the rank of a minister while Saleh Al-Othaim named as his deputy. In another royal decree, Tareq Al-Shadai was appointed as president of the National Data Management Office.