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Saudi Crown Prince receives Jordan’s King, Bahrain Crown Prince, Malaysian PM

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince has welcomed Jordan’s King Abdullah, Bahrain Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin in Riyadh.

Jordan’s King Abdullah, who was also welcomed in Riyadh by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan and Minister of State and Member of the Council of Ministers Khaled Al-Issa, met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during which they reviewed ties and discussed joint cooperation in various fields.

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“His Highness the Crown Prince and His Majesty the King of Jordan hold a meeting in Riyadh, where both are reviewing brotherly relations and aspects of joint cooperation in various fields, and promising opportunities to further develop it in a way that serves the common interests of the two brotherly countries and peoples,” the Saudi Press Agency said in a report accompanied by pictures of the two.

Afterwards, the Saudi Crown Prince met with his Bahraini counterpart Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa during which they reviewed strong bilateral ties and sought to strengthen them.

“It is our pleasure to be here in Saudi Arabia, on a visit that once again reflects the strength and depth of historic relations and important ongoing cooperation across a wide range of shared interests, benefitting both our countries,” the Bahrain crown prince said about his visit in a statement carried by the Bahrain News Agency.

“My visit provides another opportunity to reaffirm the Kingdom of Bahrain’s complete support for Arabia, and to warmly commend the Kingdom’s role and commitment to serving the causes of Arab and Islamic nations. Saudi Arabia is the cornerstone of Arab and regional security, and at the heart of regional and global economic stability,” he added.

Later, the Saudi Crown Prince met with Malaysian PM Yassin ahead of talks on Tuesday in Riyadh to sign Memorandums of Understanding.