Riyadh: An official has issued the following statement: "The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regrets statements issued by the Secretary General of the United Nations, the Vice-President of the European Commission, the High Representative of the European Union's Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and a number of foreign agencies and organizations, regarding the implementation of the court ruling against a Sri Lankan domestic worker, who premeditatedly strangled to death a four-month child one week after her arrival in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
What does KOSA stand for?
KOSA stands for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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We have 6 other meanings of KOSA in our Acronym Attic
- Kids Over Shoulder
- Kill on Sight (gaming)
- King of Suicide (gaming)
- Kiss on Sight (gaming)
- Knights of Siberys (gaming, Dungeons & Dragons)
- Knights of Solamnia (DragonLance fictional organization)
- Knowledge of Self (song)
- Knowledge Organization System
- Kohler Operating System
- Kosmos Obey Strategic Multiple Operation Systems (Xenosaga PS2 game)
- Korea Iron and Steel Association
- Korea Overseas Study Association (South Korea)
- Kuwait Offshore Sailing Association
- Kuwait Occupational Standards, Assessment and Certification (est. 2004)
- Korea Sports Association for the Disabled (Seoul, South Korea)
- Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment
- Korea Occupational Safety and Health & Fire Protection Show
- Keep Our Scottish Battalions (UK)
- The King's Own Scottish Borderers (a British Regiment)
- Korean Society of Broadcast Engineers
Samples in periodicals archive:
Riyadh, Safar 10, 1434, Dec 23, 2012, SPA - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with is prestigious regional and international status and wise leadership constitutes the strategic depth of its brotherly Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States, plays active roles in achieving the objectives of GCC States at local and external levels, and supports GCC issues at Arab, Islamic and international arenas.
His Royal Highness Prince Saud Al-Faisal Al-Saud, Minister of Foreign Affairs, received at his office in Jeddah today (23-7-1433) Johannes Wiimmer, Austrian ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Mohammed bin Ali Al-Awwal, Yemeni ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Pablo Bravo, Spanish ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Mohammed Ouf, Egyptian ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia who bade His Royal Highness Prince Saud Al-Faisal farewell on the occasion of the end of their tenure as ambassadors of their countries to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
By ISLAMABAD, April 24, 2011 (Frontier Star): The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Hina Rabbani Khar will pay an official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 24-25 April, 2011 According to Foreign Office Spokesperson, during her visit, she will hold meetings with her counterpart and the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is following up with concern the latest developments in the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain, and at the same time it hopes the restoration of calm and stability to Bahrain under its wise leadership, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Enhancing the competitiveness of national economy as well as Saudi Arabian domestic products in local and overseas markets is the main pillar of the Ninth Development Plan of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the period from 2010 to 2014, a Saudi top official has said.
This is no less true for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a principal partner in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
I should like to point out that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia being an important member of the community of nations, particularly of the region to which it belongs, and the biggest exporter in the world of such an essential commodity as oil, has always managed its affairs prudently with full realisation of its international responsibilities.