Saudi Deputy Crown Prince pays visit to Britain
Prince bin Nayef is scheduled to hold meetings with senior British officials
Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince and Interior Minister Muhammad bin Nayef headed a high-level delegation to Britain on Tuesday, Al Arabiya News Channel reported.
Prince bin Nayef met the British foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, late on Tuesday.
He is scheduled to meet British defense secretary, Michael Fallon, on Wednesday and then UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday.
The prince was accompanied by several Saudi ministers and security and military chiefs on his visit to Britain, the channel said.
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