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His highness prince , Sultan Ben Mohammed Ben Saud visits the palace of Haza Alrosan

Tue, 07/09/2013 - 14:28 -- الإدارة

 

Sunday, 12/5/2013

The chairman of Alrosan Company for contracting, Alsheikh Haza Ben Aysh Aba Alros Aanzi received his highness prince Sultan Ben Mohammed Ben Saud Alkabir in his palace in ALasiah governorate with greetings. He exchanged talks before his move to farm of Haza Alrosan in Alnabaqiya , where he was received in the occasion camp . The meeting was Commenced with recitation from Guran by the reader Farhan  Almatrify to welcome his highness. There were also poems read by number of poets. The celebration was also attended by number of officials and businessmen.

 ALsheikh Haza Aba  Alros gave  a welcome speech  for the  arrival of his highness prince Sultan and  his highness prince Salman and the attending  guests  delivered on behalf of him,  by his son   Fahd Ben Haza , stating that  he was happy for the arrival of his highness and his entourage . Prince Sultan received the honorary membership for ALqaseem first classic car team from the head of the team, Ibrahim Nasir ALmajhidy, with the attendance of honorary team member D.R Haza Ben Aysh Aba Alros (the one who hosted this occasion), the secretary of team committees, Mr Abd Allah Alrakid , and the member of the honorary team  , Fahd Ben Haza Aba Alros , after that a purifier of famous camels of Haza was shown which was rewarded Om Raqiba prize .

After that, the guests moved to have lunch.    Then his highness wrapped up his visit after touring camel purifier, exchanging talks focused on the specifications that make camels more beautiful, extending his thanks and appreciation to ALsheikh Haza for the good reception and hospitality.

 

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