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Ibrahim Radi Al-Radi was appointed Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the Kyrgyz Republic in April 2021.

He has held many positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since his arrival in 1989, including Director General of Public Services and Director General of Archives and Archives.

He was second secretary and first secretary in the Department of Analysis and Political Studies between 2003 and 2016, and third secretary to the Deputy Minister of Economic and Cultural Affairs in 2000.

He was attached to the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Russia in 1992.

He took courses in international relations, international law, strategic planning in diplomatic work, modern diplomatic management, creativity in leadership and development of positive work trends, as well as language courses in English, Russian and Spanish.

Al-Radi believes that politics and economics are linked and play an important role in solving many problems.

As the first line of defense, the diplomat plays an important role in contributing to the development and prosperity of a country, as well as a vital role in problem solving.

The Ambassador has attended numerous international meetings and conferences, both at home and abroad, and received letters of appreciation from former foreign ministers, including Prince Saud Al-Faisal and Adel Al -Jubeir, as well as officials from other government sectors.

He holds a master’s degree in economics from the Faculty of Business Administration at King Saud University and a bachelor’s degree from the same university.