MBS, top US security adviser Jake Sullivan discuss strategic relations in Jeddah

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received on Thursday US national security adviser Jake Sullivan where they discussed bilateral ties and matters of common interest, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

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During the meeting in Jeddah, the Crown Prince and Sullivan reviewed “the strategic relations between both countries and means of enhancing them across various fields,” SPA said.

The report added that MBS and Sullivan also discussed the latest regional and international developments that are of common interest.

Senior delegations from both sides were present at the meeting.

The White House issued a statement on the meeting saying that MBS and Sullivan discussed “bilateral and regional matters” and initiatives for a Middle East region that is “interconnected” with the world as well as the situation in different countries including Yemen.

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