Saudi minister meets with French envoy in Riyadh


Riyadh – Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Rassi, the constable for international multilateral affairs in Saudi Arabia, met Ludovic Pouille, the ambassador of France to the kingdom, on Tuesday in Riyadh.

They reviewed bilateral relations and talked about emerging issues of shared interest during the meeting.

The Saudi minister also spoke with Nahid Hussein, who serves as the country’s resident representative for the UN Development Program, in Riyadh.

They discussed topics of collaboration and the Kingdom’s relations with the UN during the meeting.

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