85 Diplomats attended the Annual Diplomatic Networking Dinner hosted by VFS Global

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85 Diplomats attended the Annual Diplomatic Networking Dinner hosted by VFS Global

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – VFS Global hosted the Annual Diplomatic Networking Dinner in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the Marriott Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter which was attended by 85 diplomats.

VFS Global is the world’s leading outsourcing and technology services specialist for governments and diplomatic missions worldwide. The company manages the administrative and non-judgmental tasks related to visa, passport, and consular services for its client governments.

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In KSA, they serve 28 client governments through 88 Application Centers spread across nine major cities.

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