Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman leaves Argentina after heading Saudi delegation to G20 summit

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attending the plenary session on the second day of the G20 Leader's Summit, in Buenos Aires, on December 01, 2018. (AFP)
Updated 02 December 2018

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman leaves Argentina after heading Saudi delegation to G20 summit

  • Saudi Arabia will host the summit in 2020

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman left Argentina on Sunday after heading the Kingdom’s delegation at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Saudi state-news agency SPA reported.

The summit issued a final statement announcing that the next G20 will be held in Japan in 2019, while Saudi Arabia will host the summit in 2020.


Fahad Al-Azzam, assistant deputy minister for empowerment at the Saudi Ministry of Health

Updated 14 August 2020

Fahad Al-Azzam, assistant deputy minister for empowerment at the Saudi Ministry of Health

Fahad Al-Azzam has been the assistant deputy minister for empowerment at the Ministry of Health since September 2019.
He has also been the general manager for enterprise at the ministry’s project management office since July 2016, where he developed and implemented a standard set of project management processes and models, and built the framework and updated it to account for developments and best practices.
It was announced on Monday that Al-Azzam’s role as assistant deputy minister for empowerment has been extended for another year.
Al-Azzam obtained a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, in 2007. He studied abroad in the US, obtaining a master’s degree in engineering and technology management from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 2014.
Prior to his current position, Al-Azzam worked as a cooperative trainee at the Saudi Electricity Co. between May and October 2006.
At the Advanced Electronics Co., he worked as an assistant field service engineer between July 2007 and May 2009, and technical support and field service engineer between May 2009 and December 2010.
At the Saudi Food and Drug Authority, he worked as senior electrical engineer at their radiation safety department between January 2011 and February 2015.
He developed a safety program for exporting and importing electronics devices to and from Saudi Arabia and worked at controlling the risk resulting from the use of radiation-emitting devices. He also worked there as a project manager at their project management office between February 2015 and July 2016.