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Saudi Crown Prince meets US Homeland Sectary, UN counter-terrorism director

During their meeting, they discussed the bilateral alliance of the two countries and their shared goal of fighting terrorism

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The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdul Aziz met the US Secretary for Homeland Security and the director of the UN’s Counter-Terrorism center at his New York residence on Wednesday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The crown prince, who is heading the Saudi delegation to the 71st annual session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, discussed security related issues with Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson.

During their meeting, they discussed the bilateral alliance of the two countries and their shared goal of fighting terrorism.

The state agency also said that Crown Prince Mohammed, who is Saudi Arabia’s deputy prime minister and interior minister, met with the director of UN’s Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force and the UN’s Counter-Terrorism Centre, Jehangir Khan.