Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince leaves Jordan to visit Turkey

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has left Jordan to visit Turkey as part of a regional tour.

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The Crown Prince held talks with Jordan’s King Abdullah II at Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman on Tuesday during which the Jordanian King stressed the pivotal role of Saudi Arabia, led by King Salman bin Abdulaziz, in supporting the region’s causes.

The two parties stressed the importance of strengthening cooperation between Jordan and Saudi Arabia in various fields, according to a joint statement issued at the end of the Crown Prince’s visit.

Delegations from the two countries discussed economic ties and addressed a number of challenges facing trade between the two countries.

King Abdullah also bestowed upon the Saudi Crown Prince the Order of al-Hussein bin Ali, which is the highest order of Jordan, embodying the close ties between the two countries.

On Monday, the Crown Prince visited Egypt where the two countries announced economic deals worth $7.7 billion.

With Reuters

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