Mohammed bin Salman appointed Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, royal decree
Riyadh: Saudi ruler Shah Salman bin Abdul Aziz has appointed Wali Ehud Mohammed bin Salman as the Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia.
According to the Saudi news agency, in the royal decree issued by King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, Wali Ehud Mohammed bin Salman has been appointed Prime Minister Saudi Arabia.
In another decree issued by the Saudi ruler, Prince Khalid bin Salman has been appointed Defense Minister.
According to the royal decree, the cabinet meeting chaired by the Saudi ruler was appointed as the Prime Minister of Wali Ehud Mohammed bin Salman.
According to the royal decree, Yusuf bin Abdullah bin Mohammed, who joined the cabinet, has been given the Ministry of Education.
Among the former ministers in the cabinet, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman as Minister of Energy, Prince Faisal Bin Farhan, Foreign Minister, Khalid Bin Abdul Aziz Minister, Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Saud will remain in the position of Interior Minister, Mohammed bin Abdullah will remain in the finance ministry. –
Similarly, those who remain in other ministries include Shahzad Abdullah bin Bandar National Guard, Walid al -Samani Ministry of Justice, Abdul Tatif Bin Adebaziz Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Prince Badr bin Abdullah Minister of Culture, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Turkey Minister for Sport And Majid bin Abdullah will be the Minister of Commerce.
Other ministers in the cabinet will be the Bandar Bin Ibrahim Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Ahmed al -Khatib Minister Tourism, Faisal Bin Ali Ibrahim Minister of Planning and Fahd bin Abdul Rahman will take over the Health Minister.