2005 News Story
 

08/03/2005
People from all walks of life sign condolence book at Washington Embassy

  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signing condolence book at Saudi Embassy in Washington, August 3, 2005

Ordinary people as well as government officials and ambassadors came to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington DC yesterday and today, to sign the condolence book for Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdulaziz, who died on Monday after a prolonged illness.

 

People lining up to sign condolence book at Saudi Embassy in Washington DC

People lining up to sign condolence book at Saudi Embassy in Washington DC  


Former Secretary of State James Baker with charge daffaires Rihab Massoud

Former Secretary of State James Baker with Charge d'Affaires Rihab Massoud

Ambassador of Syria Imad Moustapha

Ambassador of Syria Imad Moustapha

Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of Sweden Caroline Vicini

Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of Sweden Ms. Caroline Vicini

President of the World Bank Paul Wolfowitz

President of the World Bank Paul Wolfowitz

Former Embassy employee Samantha Cummings

Former Embassy employee Samantha Cummings

Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage

Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage

Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of France Denis Pietton

Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of France, Denis Pietton

Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Chas Freeman

Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Chas Freeman

Representative from the Pope John-Paul II Cultural Center

Representative from the Pope John-Paul II Cultural Center

Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of India R.S. Jassal

Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of India R.S. Jassal

President of ADC Ms. Rose Oakar

President of ADC Ms. Mary Rose Oakar 

Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of Qatar Hamad bin Hamad Al-Khalifa

Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of Qatar Hamad bin Hamad Al-Khalifa               

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