The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued royal orders on Monday that included relieving His Highness Prince Abdul Rahman bin Muhammad bin Abdulaziz bin Ayyaf Al Muqrin, Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, from his post, and appointing him as an advisor to the Royal Court.
He also issued a royal order to appoint Princess Haifa bint Muhammad bin Saud bin Khalid Al Abdulrahman Al Saud as Deputy Minister of Tourism at an excellent rank.
According to the Saudi Press Agency “SPA”, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques decided, within the royal orders, to appoint His Excellency Dr. Bandar bin Obaid bin Hamoud Al-Rasheed, as Secretary to the Crown Prince, with the rank of minister, in addition to his other duties.
He also appointed His Excellency Mr. Ayman bin Muhammad bin Saud Al-Sayyari, Deputy Governor of the Saudi Central Bank for Investment and Research, at the rank of Minister.
He also appointed Ms. Al Shehana bint Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Azzaz as Deputy Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers at an excellent rank.
His Excellency Mr. Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Ameel is appointed as Deputy Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers for Council Affairs at an excellent rank.
The royal orders also included the appointment of Dr. Rumaih bin Muhammad Al-Rumaih, Deputy Minister of Transport and Logistics, at the excellent rank, tasked with doing the work of the President of the Public Authority for Transport.
Abdulaziz bin Hamad bin Saleh Al-Rumaih, is appointed as Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Development at an excellent rank.
Ihab bin Ghazi bin Fahmy Al Hashani is appointed as Deputy Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing at an excellent rank.