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Farhan then negotiates with his American and British counterparts

Farhan then negotiates with his American and British counterparts

What is the main point discussed?

Saudi-British efforts to establish peace and security.

How did the meeting go?

Ben Farhan called out to Truss.

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan discussed his country’s relations with those two countries with his US Secretary of State Anthony Blinkan and British Foreign and Development Secretary Elizabeth Truss.

And the Saudi news agency, “SPA”, announced today, Tuesday, that they had made separate phone calls to Farhan Blinken and Truss.

He said: “Then Farhan and Blingen reviewed the strategic relations between the State and the United States, and discussed the most important developments in the region and ways to strengthen them in all fields.”

The company pointed out that during its dialogue with Saudi-British relations, which are strong and historic, Bin Farhan reviewed them and the opportunities to strengthen them in all fields.

According to the “SPA”, the two sides discussed Saudi-British efforts to lay the foundations for peace, security and stability in the Middle East and around the world.

It is noteworthy that the British Foreign Secretary had previously visited the Kingdom and the State of Qatar in mid-September and confirmed at that time that he had come to the region to discuss strengthening relations and forging a successful agreement.

During his stay in Riyadh and Doha, the British Minister spoke of the potential for greater cooperation in the areas of economic, defense and security cooperation, with the best opportunity to enhance joint cooperation in the field of infrastructure investment in Africa and Asia.

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During his visit, Truss discussed regional security, the crisis in Afghanistan and the Iranian threats, and cooperation between the United Kingdom and the two Gulf states.

He emphasized that the Gulf countries were generally the UK’s main trading partners, and that Britain’s exports last year were worth 21 21.9 billion ($ 30.20 billion).