UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is traveling on Wednesday to the Gulf for high-level meetings on the issues facing the region. The visit, according to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office follows two days of talks on the Middle East with the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in London and international counterparts in Paris.
Johnson will arrive in Oman on Wednesday, where his meetings will focus on making progress towards a political solution to the conflict in Yemen.
He will then travel to Saudi Arabia tomorrow, where he is scheduled to meet Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. The visit to Saudi Arabia will be an opportunity to discuss the crisis in Yemen, and countering Iran’s destabilizing activity in the region while reiterating the importance of the Iranian nuclear deal “for our shared security interests”, according to the FCO press release.
The Foreign Secretary will also outline how the UK can be a leading partner for Saudi Arabia’s ambitious socio-economic reform program, Vision 2030.
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