Ministry Of Foreign Affairs - Riyadh Riyadh
Ministry Of Foreign Affairs located in Riyadh. It was the first ministry that was established in the kingdom. The political department was responsible for the foreign affairs and later convert to the directorate of Foreign Affairs, based in Mecca and then the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was established in December 19, 1930 is the ministry responsible for handling the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's external relation. After the establishment of Ministry of Foreign Affairs the number of foreign Consulates and missions had increased from nine to Twenty-Nine. The number of Foreign missions reached 157, 98 embassies in Riyadh, and 59 Consulates in Riyadh, Jeddah, and Dammam, the number of Saudi Diplomatic Missions Abroad increased to five In 1936 and in 1951 the number of diplomatic missions increased to 18 in 16 countries. currently the number of foreign missions abroad Kingdom has more than 116 of embassies and consulates and delegations and commercial office. Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to leading Saudi diplomacy to achieve and safeguard national interests, and promote the Kingdom's contribution to security, stability and prosperity in the region and in the world. develop and implement foreign policy in accordance with the Kingdom's principles, to protect and promote our national interests, support citizens, contribute to maintaining security, stability and prosperity in the region and in the world, develop and implement foreign policy in accordance with the Kingdom's principles, to protect and promote the national interests, support citizens, contribute to maintaining security and stability. The currently Minister of Foreign Affairs: Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir.