Born 22nd January 1966, Faris Roumi Mohammed Shaheen Al-Nuaimi began working for the Qatari state administration in 1987 and was employed at the country’s interior ministry until 1991, when he transferred to the foreign ministry and served in the cabinet of the minister from 1992 to ‘93.
Posted as third secretary at the Embassy of Qatar to Egypt from 1993 to ’98, whilst there he earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Cairo’s Higher Institute of Cooperative & Managerial Studies (1997).
He served as second secretary at the Embassy of Qatar to the UK from 1998 to 2001, before moving from London to Rabat, where he served as first secretary at the Embassy of Qatar to Morocco from 2002 to ’04. After postings at the ministry – within the Directorate for the Gulf Cooperation Council (2004-06), the Directorate for Europe and America (2006-07) and the Cabinet of the Minister for Foreign Affairs (2007-08) – he was appointed Consul General of the State of Qatar, with the rank of ambassador, at the Consulate General of the State of Qatar in Dubai, UAE (2013-15).
Following a second stint in the Cabinet of the Minister, he was appointed Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Serbia on 16th September 2021. Ambassador Shaheeen Al-Nuaimi is married.