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Saudi Arabia Foreign Policy Priorities, Vision 2030 and the response to COVID in the Kingdom
October 20, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC-7
PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY FALL WEBINAR SERIES
SAUDI ARABIA FOREIGN POLICY PRIORITIES, VISION 2030
AND THE RESPONSE TO COVID IN THE KINGDOM
Topic: Saudi Arabia Foreign Policy Priorities, Vision 2030 and the response to COVID in the Kingdom
SPEAKER: Prince Musab Al-Saud, Director – Office of Political and Congressional Affairs, The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Washington, DC
Hosted by: The Payne Institute for Public Policy
Time: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm MT
FORMAT: ZOOM WEBINAR – PRE-REGISTRATION NECESSARY – FOLLOW THIS LINK
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Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy as we welcome Prince Musab Al-Saud, Director – Office of Political and Congressional Affairs, The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, DC for a webinar titled Saudi Arabia Foreign Policy Priorities, Vision 2030 and the Response to COVID in the Kingdom on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm MT. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Musab Al-Saud is a career foreign policy professional and civil servant for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As an expert in international affairs, Musab currently serves as the Director of the Political and Congressional Affairs Office at the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, DC.
As the senior political advisor to the Saudi Ambassador in Washington, Musab leads a thirteen-person team tasked with ensuring close coordination between Saudi and American policymakers on key political and security issues. This includes direct engagement with senior U.S. officials in Capitol Hill and the Executive Branch on issues such as bilateral relations, security cooperation, and regional politics. In 2018, Musab participated in the planning and the execution of a major humanitarian relief effort in Yemen “the Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operations”. He was a member of the first political delegation to visit Yemen since 2015 which was tasked with coordinating and facilitating relief efforts.
Prior to serving in Washington, Musab served at the Permanent Mission of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations in New York. Before his assignments in the United States, Musab worked at the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Riyadh. Through his previous assignment in the Human Rights Department, Musab worked to promote constructive dialogue with international human rights organizations. Before joining the Saudi Foreign Service in 2012, he worked as a lecturer in the Political Science Department at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Musab holds a BA in Political Science from King Saud University and an MA in International Security from American University in Washington, DC.