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الأمير سعود الفيصل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود (1940 -)، وزير الخارجية في المملكة العربية السعودية منذ عام 1975. وهو ابن الملك فيصل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود ووالدته الأميرة عفت الثنيان آل سعود.

 

حياته العلمية والعملية

  • حصل على شهادة البكالوريوس بالاقتصاد من جامعة برنستون بولاية نيوجيرسي بالولايات المتحدة عام 1963.
  • التحق بوزارة البترول والثروة المعدنية حيث عمل مستشاراً اقتصادياً لها وعضواً في لجنة التنسيق العليا بالوزارة، وانتقل بعدها إلى المؤسسة العامة للبترول والمعادن - بترومين وأصبح مسؤولاً عن مكتب العلاقات البترولية الذي يشرف على تنسيق العلاقه بين الوزارة وبترومين.
  • عين نائباً لمحافظ بترومين لشؤون التخطيط في عام 1970.
  • في عام 1971 عين وكيلاً لوزارة البترول والثروة المعدنية.
  • في عام 1975 صدر مرسوم ملكي بتعيينه وزيراً للخارجية بعد شغور المنصب بوفاة والده الملك فيصل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود الذي كان وزيراً للخارجية وهو ملكاً على البلاد.
  • شغل عدة مهام أخرى منها:
    • عضو المجلس الأعلى للبترول.
    • عضو مجلس إدارة الهيئة الوطنية لحماية الحياة الفطرية وإنمائها وكان عضواً منتدباً في مجلس إدارتها منذ تأسيسها وحتى عام 1427 هـ.
    • عضو مجلس الأمناء بمؤسسة الملك فيصل الخيرية ورئيس مجلس إدارة مدارس الملك فيصل.
  • بحكم عمله كوزير للخارجية شارك بعضوية الكثير من اللجان العربية والإسلامية مثل اللجنة العربية الخاصة بلبنان، ولجنة التضامن العربي، واللجنة السباعية العربية ولجنة القدس واللجنة الثلاثية العربية حول لبنان ضمن وزراء خارجية الدول الثلاث وغيرها.
  • يتقن 7 لغات منها اللغة العربية والإنجليزية والفرنسية والإيطالية والألمانية والأسبانية والعبرية

 

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Saud bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Arabic: سعود بن فيصل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‎), also known as Saud Al Faisal (Arabic: سعود الفيصل‎) (born 2 January 1940), has been the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia since 1975. He is the world's longest-serving Foreign Minister.

 

Saud bin Faisal was born in Taif on 2 January 1940. He is the second son of the late King Faisal and his wife Iffat Al-Thunayan. He attended the Hun School of Princeton and graduated from Princeton University in 1964 with a bachelor of arts degree in Economics. He is full brother of Mohammed bin Faisal, Turki bin Faisal, Luluwah bint Faisal and Haifa bint Faisal.

 

He became an economic consultant for the Ministry of Petroleum.In 1966, he was moved to General Organization for Petroleum and Mineral Resources (Petromin).In February 1970, he became Deputy Governor of Petromin for Planning Affairs.In 1971, he became Deputy Minister of Ministry of Petroleum.He was also a member of the High Coordination Committee.

 

Career

In March 1975, King Khalid appointed him as Foreign Minister. He is currently the world's longest-serving incumbent foreign minister. He is well regarded in the diplomatic community. He speaks seven languages. In 1985, he raised awareness in Britain of Soviet activity in the Horn of Africa. He asked Condoleezza Rice to focus on "key substantive issues" of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He complained that US banks were auditing Saudi Embassy banks illegally. He asserted that auditors were "inappropriate and aggressive". He also declared that the Saudi Embassy has diplomatic immunity.

 

Prince Saud said in 2004 that Saudi Arabia would like to reduce its dependence on U.S.-dominated security arrangements. In July 2004, he claimed the real source of problems in the Middle East were not Muslims but "injustice and deprivation inflicted in the region".In August 2007, he denied allegations that terrorist were crossing the Iraq-Saudi border and claimed it was vice-versa. In July 2006, he urged U.S. President Bush to call for a ceasefire in the Lebanon bombing. In January 2008, he supported parliamentary elections in Pakistan. He indicated that Pakistan did not need "overt, external interference" to solve political division. He commended Nawaz Sharif as stable bipartisan candidate.

 

In February 2010, he told General Jones to distinguish between friends and enemies in Pakistan rather than using indiscriminate military action. He insisted that Pakistan's army must maintain its credibility. In November 2010, he led the Saudi delegation at the G-20 Summit. In January 2011, he withdrew out of mediation efforts to reinstate a government in Lebanon. In March 2011, he went to Europe to rally support for Saudi Arabia's intervention in Bahrain.

 

After U.S. Gulf Cooperation Council forum at the GCC secretariat in Riyadh on 31 March 2012, he said it was a “duty” to arm the Syrian opposition and help them defend themselves against the daily bloody crackdown by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad.Commenting on the fragile security situation, Prince Saud noted that: “One of the most important causes is the continuation of the unresolved conflict as well as the continuation of the Israeli aggression policy against the Palestinians. “We have discussed, in the meeting, many issues, especially the heinous massacre against the Syrian people. We also discussed the latest developments in Yemen, and reviewed the overall developments and political situation in the Gulf region, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as their repercussions on the security and stability of the region and the world,” Prince Saud said.

 

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February 27, 2009

updated: 2012-10-27

Saud bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Arabic: سعود بن فيصل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‎), also known as Saud Al Faisal (Arabic: سعود الفيصل‎) (born 2 January 1940), has been the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia since 1975. He is the world's longest-serving Foreign Minister.

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