H.E. SHEIKH KHALED ABDULLAH SABAH

AL NASSER AL SABAH
THE CHIEF OF AMIRI PROTOCOL AND
CHAMBERLAIN

 

EDUCATION

M.A. in Diplomatic Science from Westminster College, London, UK, 2002.

B.A. Hons in Political and Economic Sciences from Richmond University, UK (May 1991).

His Excellency Sheikh Khaled Abdullah Sabah Al-Nasser Al-Sabah

OFFICIAL POSTS

Chief of Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain - Minister Rank

Under-Secretary for Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain Affairs.

Under-Secretary for Amiri Protocol.

Director of the Department for Amiri Protocol.

Deputy of the Department for Amiri Protocol.

Supervisor of Official Coordination and Telegrams at the Department for Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain Affairs.

Political researcher at the Department for Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain Affairs.

Under-Secretary of the Department for Amiri Protocol and Chamberlain Affairs.

OTHER POSTS

Member of Al-Arabi Club since 1988.

An Honorary Member of Al-Ahli Club in KSA since 1998.

Chairman of the Badminton Committee, part of the Kuwaiti Olympic Committee, 1993 - 1996.

Elected Chairman of the Kuwaiti Karate Society since 1996.

Elected Chairman of the Organizational Committee of Karate for GCC Countries from 1996 till 2005.

Vice President of the Arabic Karate Committee since 1997.

Honorary President of the West Asian Union of Karate since 2002.

Honorary President of Kuwait Public Relations Association.

Member of the higher Preparatory Commission for the Arab Economic, Social and Development Summit - Kuwait 19-25 January 2009, Chairman of Ceremony, Reception and Hospitality Committee, and chairman of Gifts Committee.

Member of the higher Preparatory Commission for the 30th GCC Summit - Kuwait December 2009, Chairman of ceremony, Reception and Hospitality Committee, and chairman of Gifts Committee.

Honorary President of the Cinema Club - Kuwait since 3 May 2009.

Participated in many conferences of the Gulf, regional, Arab and international levels.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Born in 1969.

Marital status: Married with five children: Sara, Fouziya, Sheikha, Abdullah and Manal.

 
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