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Clear confidence in working with European, US allies on regional challenges: Saudi FM

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The security of the region occupies the concerns of European countries and the administration of US President Joe Biden, according to Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan.

“We've heard very clear statements from the Biden administration and the key people on foreign policy in the Biden administration, that they're going to address the challenges within our region with very open eyes and a clear focus on making sure that we continue to have stability and security,” Prince Faisal said during his panel discussion at Davos virtually.

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“We, of course, are going to have a dialogue about the various regional challenges, not least, Iran's destabilizing activity, and it's ramping up its nuclear program and we are quite confident that we're working with the US and our European partners. We will be able to overcome these challenges,” he added.

Prince Faisal was speaking during his participation at the annual Davos forum, held virtually this year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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