Time: March 31, 2019
- Dr. Raed bin Khaled Qarmali: “Saudi Arabia is full of distinguished and capable innovators”
MOSCOW: Saudi Ambassador to Russia Dr. Raed bin Khaled Qarmali on Friday met award-winning Saudi innovators at the closing ceremony of Archimedes, the 22nd Moscow International Inventions and Innovative Technology Salon.
“The Kingdom is full of distinguished and capable innovators,” he said.
Hamad Al-Yami received a gold Archimedes medal and a special prize from the German Innovators Union and the Iraqi Society of Inventors and Innovators for his invention, which makes use of nanotechnology.
Dr. Hind Abdul Ghaffar also received a gold medal, in addition to a special prize from the Romanian Inventors Forum, while Ayed Al-Subaie was awarded a gold medal and a special prize from the Moroccan Union of Inventors and a silver medal from the Iraqi Society of Inventors and Innovators.
Maram Al-Qahtani, Samia Al-Shahri, Dr. Ghada Al-Qahtani, Reem Al-Zahrani and Zahra Qaysi were presented with silver Archimedes medals.
Fatima Al-Otaibi received a bronze Archimedes medal, as did Mariam Al-Qahtani, who also received a gold medal from the Indonesian Innovation and Invention Promotion Association.