Riyadh - e-Media
Sweden’s King Carl Gustav, the honorary president of the World Scout Fund, decorated Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah with the Bronze Wolf Award, the highest scouts award, in a meeting at the Janadriya Farm in Riyadh on Friday.
Bronze Wolf is given in recognition of outstanding service by an individual to the World Scout Movement.
In the meeting, the two kings also discussed several topics in addition to bilateral cooperation, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
King Abdullah was also presented with a plaque carrying the emblem of the "Messengers of Peace" program, by Education Minister Prince Faisal bin Abdullah, president of the Saudi Scouts Society, on behalf of the society and the participants of the international scouts camp at King Abdullah University for Science and Technology in Thuwal.
King Abdullah hosted a luncheon in honor of the visiting dignitary. The Swedish king left Riyadh later in the day.