KSA appoints 10 women in senior leadership at presidency

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Sat, 15 Aug 2020 - 01:58 GMT

Muslims pray at the Grand Mosque - Reuters

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CAIRO – 15 August 2020: The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques announced appointing 10 women in senior leadership positions at the Saudi presidency.

 

The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced - via its official Twitter account - the appointment of 10 women to senior leadership positions in the Presidency of the Grand Mosque.

 

The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque said that “it was keen to empower young Saudi cadres qualified to assume leadership positions in a way that contributes to supporting the process of creativity, and achieving the principles of quality and the highest standards of excellence in order to achieve the generous aspirations of wise leadership.”

 

This comes as part of the Saudi vision of empowering women, according to the tweet.   

 

“Keeping up with the vision of goodness and giving is the vision (2030), and as a culmination of the great capabilities that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia abounds in, the presidency was keen to appoint approximately 500 young people in leadership positions at the General Presidency for the affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque,” said the statement.

 

These appointments came to cover all specializations and services provided in the two Holy Mosques, for guidance, directive, engineering, administrative, supervisory and service intentions, as well as the departments of the King Abdulaziz Complex for cladding the Holy Kaaba, the Two Holy Mosques Building Gallery, the Library of the Holy Mosque, the Holy Mosque Library, and other areas with the aim of empowering youth and investing their energies and capabilities. In the service of the guests of Rahman.

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