Saudi Arabia terminates services of a number of general intelligence officers
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has issued on Friday a royal order terminating the services of a number of officers working in the General Intelligence.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, those officers were identified as the following:
1 - Assistant Chief of General Intelligence for Intelligence Affairs, Pilot Brigade/ Mohammad bin Saleh Al-Rumaih.
2 - Assistant Chief of General Intelligence for Human Resources, Major General/ Abdullah bin Khalifa Al-Shaya.
3 - Director of the General Directorate of Security and Protection at General Intelligence Presidency/ Rashad bin Hamed Al-Muhamadi.
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