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General Assembly Condemns Plot to Kill Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States Print E-mail

18 November 2011

 

The Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations warmly welcomes the adoption of resolution “Terrorist Attacks on Internationally Protected Persons” by the United Nations General Assembly, which "deplores the plot to assassinate the ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America".

 

The Saudi-introduced resolution received strong support from member states of the United Nations. It was co-sponsored by 58 states from all regions of the world and was passed by 106 votes against 9. This resolution sends a strong message against terrorism and acts of violence for whatever purposes. The Saudi Mission reiterates that the international community should always take a clear and strong stand against violators of international law and United Nations resolutions.

 
General Assembly Adopts Saudi Resolution “UN Center for Counter Terrorism” Print E-mail

18 November 2011

 

(New York, New York)-  The Permanent Mission of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations welcomes the unanimous adoption of resolution “UN Center for Counter Terrorism” by the United Nations General Assembly.

 

On September 19, 2011, the United Nations and the Government of Saudi Arabia have signed a contribution agreement for the creation of the United Nations Centre for Counter-Terrorism (UNCCT). Saudi Arabia will contribute $10 million over three years for the center.

 

The Center will support the implementation of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, foster international cooperation, strengthen the Organization’s capacity-building efforts, and help building a database concerns best anti-terrorism practices. 

 
Statement on introducing the draft resolution "Terrorist Attacks on Internationally Protected Persons". Print E-mail

November 16, 2011

 

The Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations would like to state that it will introduce today a draft resolution to the General Assembly of the United Nations titled "Terrorist Attacks on Internationally Protected Persons". The Saudi Mission reiterates its views that combating terrorism in all of its forms has always been one of the top priorities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Mission urges the international community to condemn terrorism and deplores the plot to assassinate the ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America; failing to do so would suggest that acts like these are within the bounds of acceptable actions to resolve international conflict.   

 

 
Statement of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia before the Security Council Print E-mail

October 25, 2011

Statement of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia before the Security Council on item "the Situation in the Middle East including the Palestinian question".

For full speech, please go to speeches section.

 
Statement on plot to assassinate the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America Print E-mail

October 14, 2011

The Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations would like to state that it has formally requested the Secretary-General of the United Nations to bring to the attention of the Security Council the matter of the heinous plot to assassinate the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America. The Mission reiterates that the attempted plot is a violation of international laws, United Nations resolutions, and all conventions and norms of humanity. All those who are involved in this outrageous attempt should be brought to justice.

 
Saudi Arabian Mission to the United Nations Celebrates National Day Print E-mail

September 26, 2011

[New York, New York] — Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations, Abdallah Y. Al- Mouallimi, along with the Saudi Consul General, Azzam A. Al Gain hosted a reception at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel celebrating the 79th anniversary of the founding of the Saudi state in 1932. Guests included U.N Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, Foreign Ministers, Government officials, the diplomatic corps, Mission and Consulate staff and members of the Saudi community in New York and New Jersey.

Ambassador Al-Mouallimi extended his congratulations to all Saudis. "We

celebrate", he stated, "a special day for a country that has leaped to become

an important decision-maker in the international arena". 

  

- UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon. 

- Saudi Arabia Under Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Multilateral Relations, HH Prince Torki bin Mohammed bin Saud Al-Kabeer.

- Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Saudi Arabia to the UN, HE Mr. Abdallah Y. Al-Mouallimi.

 

 

 
Saudi Arabia - Montenegro Signing Ceremony Print E-mail

Signing Ceremony of the Joint Communique on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Montenegro.

Signed by,

H.E. Mr. Abdallah Y. Al-Mouallimi

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations, and

H.E. Mr. Milorad Šćepanović

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Montenegro to the United Nations.

 
Saudi Arabia - Colombia Signing Ceremony Print E-mail

   

Signing Ceremony of the Joint Communique on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Colombia.

Signed by,

H.E. Mr. Abdallah Y. Al-Mouallimi

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations, and

H.E. Mr. Néstor Osorio

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Colombia to the United Nations.

 
New Permanent Representative of Saudi Arabia Presents Credential Print E-mail

The new Permanent Representative of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations, HE. Abdallah Y. al-Mouallimi, presented his credentials to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

 

Before his latest appointment, HE. Al-Mouallimi was Ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg and the European Union from 2007.  He was the Mayor of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s second largest city, between 2001 and 2005, among numerous other leadership positions in the Government and the private sector.

 

HE. Al-Mouallimi was a member of the Shoura Council (Parliament) from 1997 to 2001, and sat on the boards of several Government organizations, including the General Organization for Military Industries.  His private-sector service included chairing the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and the Egyptian Finance Company.

 

Founder of the Dubai-based investment firm Dar al-Mouallimi Consulting Company and HBG Holdings, HE. Al-Mouallimi has a master’s degree in management from Stanford University and a bachelor’s in chemical engineering from Oregon State University.

 

He is married and has four children and three grandchildren.

 

 

 
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