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Jeddah- Saudi citizens, in the kingdom and abroad, continued to arrive at the emirates, provinces and embassies to pledge allegiance to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, abiding by directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Princes received on Wednesday those who came to pledge allegiance to the crown prince, wishing that the kingdom continues to enjoy its safety and welfare within the framework of King Salman leadership.

Riyadh Emir Faisal Bin Bandar, Madinah Emir Faisal Bin Salman, Qassim Emir Dr. Faisal Bin Mishal, Emir of Hail Andulaziz Bin Saad, Najran Emir Juluwi Bin Abdulaziz, Emir of Al-Jouf Fahd Bin Badr, Jazan Emir Muhammad Bin Nasser, Emir of Tabuk Fahd Bin Sultan, Emir of the Eastern Province Saud Bin Naif, Asir Emir Faisal Bin Khaled, Emir of Al-Baha Hossam Bin Saud and Prince Faisal bin Khalid bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Northern Border Region took the pledge on behalf of crown prince.

Saudi Arabia embassies abroad, governors and heads of centers also received citizens who were keen to attend and pledge loyalty.

Princes of regions received scholars, state-officials and citizens because of King Salman’s keenness on everyone’s comfort and based on his wish to facilitate the process so they don’t have to travel to Mecca.

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