Diplomatic Missions of Saudi Arabia

Diplomatic Missions Of Saudi Arabia

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Saudi Arabia. King Faisal established the General Directory for the Foreign Affairs in 1926. Four years later it was given ministry status, even though it had a staff of fifteen employees in total—and no diplomatic missions abroad. In 1936 the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia had five missions (in London, Baghdad, Damascus, Geneva and Cairo), and fifteen years later this number had jumped to sixteen. Saudi Arabia now has an extensive diplomatic presence worldwide.

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