Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Republican and Democratic members of the House of Representatives in the Washington DC leg of his trip to the US on Thursday.
The crown prince met with Republican members Will Hurd, George Holland and Mike Gallagher, and democratic member Brendan Boyle.
The royal discussed bilateral Saudi-US relations with the congressmen, and opportunities for development within the kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan.
They also reviewed the latest developments in the Middle East and Gulf regions and how to enhance security to ensure stability, including fighting terrorism and extremism.
The meetings were attended by Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the US.
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