Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah

Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah

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Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah

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Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (born August 12, 1961) is a Kuwaiti politican and current president of Olympic Council of Asia and also a member of the International Olympic Committee. Al-Sabah was educated at Kuwait University and the Kuwait Military Academy, and attained the rank of major in the Kuwaiti Army. He has worked in the fields of oil, engineering, water and electricity, and communication and construction. He was appointed Kuwait's Minister of Information in 2000, and Acting Minister of Oil in 2001. He was the President of the Kuwait Olympic Committee from 1990 to 2001; in 1992, he was elected as a member of the IOC. He also serves as the President of the Olympic Council of Asia. He was appointed Minister of Oil (then changed to Ministry of Energy) when his uncle Sheikh Sabah (Emir) was still the prime minister. After Sheikh Jaber died, and Sheikh Sabah became Emir he remained at that position under Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed's (his half-cousin) Government. Sheikh Ahmed was appointed the Director of the National Security Agency in July 2006. He has also served as coach of the Kuwait national Soccer team, however with little to no success. After a failed Asian Cup qualifying campaign in 2006 he launched a tirade against group-winners, Australia, claiming that the AFC should revoke their admission to the Asian continental competition.

Sheikh Ahmad Fahad Al-Ahmad is well reputed for his interest in sports, just like his father. He has undertaken numerous...
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