Saudi deputy crown prince meets Erdogan in China ahead of G20
Upon his arrival here, the deputy crown prince, who is also Saudi’s defense minister, met with Erdogan
Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday to discuss developments in the Middle East, ahead of a G20 summit in the Chinese coastal city of Hangzhou.
Upon his arrival here, the deputy crown prince, who is also Saudi’s defense minister, met with Erdogan.
The deputy crown prince is back in China after he finished his Asian official tour which started on Aug. 28. He visited Pakistan, China and Japan.
During his visit to China, Prince Mohammed signed a deal with Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli to initiate a joint Saudi-China council to widen cooperation.
Chinese authorities, meanwhile, have imposed extremely tight security precautions for the G20 summit.
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