Saudi Crown Prince Awarded the CIA ‘George Tenet’ Medal of Honor

“Our relationship with the United States is historic and strategic. Any attempts to undermine that will falter.”

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef

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On Friday (10 February 2017), CIA Director Mike Pompeo honored the Saudi Crown Prince with the CIA ‘George Tenet’ Medal during a meeting in Riyadh. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today

The reception was attended by senior officials and the US Charge d’Affaires to the Kingdom Christopher Hensel.

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The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz al-Saud is the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.

The CIA handed the Crown Prince the medal for ‘his distinct intelligence-related counter-terrorism work and his contributions to ensure international peace and security’.

In a press statement, the Crown Prince said that he appreciated the CIA honor.

“We, God willing, continue to confront terrorism and extremism everywhere, and with thanks to God we have managed to thwart many terrorist plots from occurring.”

“We are surrounded by areas of conflict, and we were the first affected by terrorism from various sources, but we are equipped to combat terror in any place and under any circumstances.”

REFERENCES

CIA honors Saudi Crown Prince for efforts against terrorism — Al Arabiya English

Saudi Crown prince says U.S.-Saudi ties strong — REUTERS

 

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One Response to Saudi Crown Prince Awarded the CIA ‘George Tenet’ Medal of Honor

  1. Craig says:

    I have seen it all now.
    No doubt the US nomination for Saudi Nobel Peace Prize is in the post.

    Like

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