Under the slogan ‘Together We Prevail’, Riyadh hosts three summits with Trump
In an unprecedented political event, Riyadh will host three summits on Saturday and Sunday, under the motto “Together We prevail;” the three summits will be attended by US President Donald Trump, who will kick off his first overseas tour from Riyadh.
The three summits advertised under the slogan “Together We Prevail” are hosted by Riyadh, to reaffirm the shared commitment to global security, profound economic partnerships and to enforce the determination for constructive political and cultural cooperation.
Riyadh will hold three summit meetings, the first will be between Saudi Arabia and the United States; the second summit will be between the Gulf Cooperation Council and the United States, and the third is the Arab-American Islamic Summit to deepen historical ties on the basis of partnership and tolerance.
The initiative relies on solid bases with Saudi Arabia’s unified effort and strategic coordination with Washington and the Islamic world to combat terrorism. Riyadh is taking upon itself the task of winning the intellectual war and defeating terrorism through tolerance and moderation.
Saudi Arabia recognizes that economic interdependence is key. Diversification and modernization are at the heart of the solid business partnerships and common benefits opening wide economic opportunities between Saudi Arabia, the United States and Islamic countries.
This alliance in turn will create a vital foundation of investment for the children and generations to come through the provision of economic opportunities both internally and externally.
The three summits will be accompanied by preparations and substantive initiatives to strengthen the commitment of Saudi Arabia, Washington, and Arab countries to consolidate the future of security and peace in the Arab and Islamic worlds.
It is also an important opportunity to present the economic growth opportunities of the Saudi Kingdom, as well as demonstrate the strength of the strategic partnership not only with Washington but with Arab and Islamic countries around the world.
It will also serve as a launching platform for all American, Arab and Muslim partners to take bold new steps to promote peace and confront those who seek to spread chaos and violence throughout the Muslim world and beyond.
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