Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued, on Sunday, royal orders that include a change in portfolio, ministerial and government positions, and others in the royal court and intelligence.
The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported details of the royal orders, including the appointment of Salman bin Yusuf bin Ali Al-Dosari as Minister of Information, and Ibrahim bin Muhammad bin Ibrahim Al-Sultan as Minister of State and a member of the Council of Ministers.
The royal orders included the appointment of Hammoud bin Badah Al-Muraikhi as an advisor at the royal court with the rank of minister, and Lieutenant General Muhammad bin Amer bin Muhammad Al-Harbi as deputy head of the General Intelligence.
The royal orders included the appointment of Rakan bin Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Touq as assistant to the Minister of Culture, at the excellent rank.
Ismail bin Saeed bin Ali Al-Ghamdi was also appointed Assistant Minister of Human Resources and Social Development for Shared Services, at the excellent rank.
To the appointment of Abdul Rahman bin Hamad bin Saleh Al-Harkan as Governor of the General Authority for State Real Estate, at the excellent rank.