Saudi Arabia urges Zambia to take advantage of Kingdom’s rapid development, growth rate


The Saudi Arabian government has called on Zambia to take advantage of the kingdom’s rapid rate of growth to enhance relations between the two countries.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Crown Prince and Prime Minister, Mohammed Bin Salman Al Saud, noted the need for the two countries to also enhance cooperation.

Bin Salman Al said this at the Royal Court in Jeddah, when Zambia’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Duncan Mulima, presented his Letters of Credence.

Mulima presented his credentials to the Saudi Prime Minister, who, on behalf King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, also received credentials from other newly appointed foreign Ambassadors-Designate to the Kingdom.

“I wish to convey my greeting and that of his Majesty the King to the Heads of States of the represented countries and wish the Ambassadors well in carrying out their duties,” the Prime Minister said.

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In his response, Mulima expressed gratitude and appreciation for the warm welcome and generous hospitality accorded to him by the Saudi government.

“I wish to also convey the warm regards from his execellency Hakainde Hichilema, President of the Republic of Zambia to His Majesty, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and the people of Saudi Arabia, and wish them happy month of Ramadan,” he said.

Mulima expects that following the presentation of his Credentials, the warm bilateral relations that exist between Zambia and Saudi Arabia would be further enhanced.

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