Custodian of Two Holy Mosques Chairs Cabinet’s Session 4 Riyadh
The Cabinet approved to add item (III) to its decision no. (691) and the text shall read as follows: "Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, in accordance with the requirements of public interest and following land survey referred to in item (1) of this decision, the stockholding agricultural company shall own (according to the applicable regulations) the equivalent of the reclaimed size and the ministry shall hand over the remaining land lot. An instrument in the name of the state property for the benefit of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture. The ministry to exploit or take advantage of them, according to regulations, decisions and instructions, in force, and on the basis of standards issued by a decision of the minister, and they shall not harm the agricultural projects of the company.
The Cabinet approved promotions to (15 and 14 ranks) and to the post of ambassador, as follows:
1- Saad bin Abdullah bin Zeid Al-Hammad to administrative adviser (15 rank), at the Ministry of Health.
2- The following names promoted to the post of (ambassador):
Abdullah bin Miteb bin Abdullah Al-Rashid.
Abdulaziz bin Hamoud bin Fahad Al-Zaid.
Masaad bin Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Saleem.
Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al-Shammari.
Tariq bin Abdullah bin Fahd Al-Rashid.
Sultan bin Abdullah bin Abdulrahman Al-Anqari.
Eng. Mohammed bin Ridha bin Hassan Hazazi.
3- Eng. Suleiman bin Saleh bin Hamad Al-Dohan to the post of Undersecretary for Reconstruction and Projects (14 rank), at the Secretariat of Al-Ahsa Governorate.
4- Saud bin Suleiman bin Abdulaziz Al-Suwailim to the post of Director General of Information Technology (14 rank), at the Ministry of Finance.
5- Khalid bin Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Asiri to the post of Director General, at the Head Office of the General Sports Authority, in Riyadh Region (14 rank), at the General Authority for Sport.
The Cabinet was briefed on a number of general issues on its agenda, including two annual reports from the General Investment Authority and the General Organization for Social Insurance, for a previous fiscal year.
Source: Saudi Press Agency