Trump’s Riyadh visit will ‘confront chaos perpetrators in the Muslim world’

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Saudi Arabia has said that the three summits hosted by Riyadh on May 20 and 21 during United States President Donald Trump's visit would "change the game’ rules".

The official website which was launched on Tuesday for the Arab-American Islamic Summit and said that the "48 hours’ dialogue will change the rules of the game".


In addition, a “Message from the Kingdom” said the event “will serve as the launch pad for all of our American, Arab and Muslim partners to take bold, new steps to promote peace and to confront those who perpetuate chaos and violence throughout the Muslim world and beyond”.

Trump is scheduled to be in Saudi Arabia, home to Islam’s holiest sites, from Saturday on his first foreign trip since taking office in January.

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The Saudi-hosted summit of Arab and Muslim leaders is expected to include top level talks on Sunday.

Trump will also give a major speech on the Islamic faith during visit to Saudi Arabia, home to the religion’s holiest shrines, the White House said on Tuesday.

“He will meet and have lunch with leaders of more than 50 Muslim countries, where he will deliver an inspiring, direct speech on the need to confront radical ideology and the president’s hopes for a peaceful vision of Islam,” National Security Advisor HR McMaster told reporters.

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