Argentinian flag Embassy of Argentina in Riyadh

Address2nd floor
Cercon Building No 15
Olaya Main Road
Saudi Arabia
Phonelocal: (011) 465.2600
international: +966.11.465.2600
Faxlocal: (011) 465.3057
international: +966.11.465.3057
Hours8,30 - 15,30
NotesAlso serves as Argentina's embassy to: Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and Yemen.

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mohd masum
Sat, 17 Aug 2013 14:33 EDT
meet my friend
I am from Bangladeshi,and I am work here in Saudi Arabia. I am going to apply for visit visa
how could I apply ( what they need documents) sir please information me about in this matter
your reply will be highly appreciate. thank you so much.
my mail id:
salim saleh
Sun, 19 May 2013 08:07 EDT
*i need driver job or delegate purchases in riyadh*
my name: salim
Nationality: yemen
Marital Status: single
Date and place of birth: 1987y. ksa
Qualification: High School

I am the representative of purchases in the company and a very good knowledge in Riyadh and looking for work.

mobile: 0564479656
Mon, 25 Mar 2013 02:50 EDT
looking for job at the Embassy
Dear Sir,

After Greeting,,

i would like to apply to any job vacancy at the Embassy, I'm 30 years old Sudanese nationality i have got a bachelor degree in Business administration and Diploma Certificate in Computer Application From India,Kindly request to consider my message if it's needed.

Thanking you for the lovely cooperation,


Mohammed Abdu
phone number:+966542463288
Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:31 EST
obtaining Visa
I am Iraqi nationality living in Qatar,how I can get the Visa entry to Argentina to attend the WCA 2012 congress in anesthesiology .
your helpfull is highly appreciated.

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