The Saudi Foreign Minister and his Polish counterpart discuss strengthening relations
Faisal bin Farhan affirmed his country’s firm stance towards achieving peace in the region
Wednesday – 13 Safar 1442 AH – September 30, 2020 AD
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan and his Polish counterpart Zegnev Rau during a session of talks in Warsaw (SPA)
Warsaw: “Middle East Online”
This came during an official session of talks at the headquarters of the Polish Foreign Ministry in Warsaw, in which they stressed the importance of consultation and coordination to achieve their common interests, discussed many aspects of cooperation in bilateral relations, and agreed on further work aimed at developing them and opening new horizons for them.
Prince Faisal bin Farhan said during a joint press conference, “The discussions dealt with many international and regional issues and a common vision towards the war on extremism and terrorism, and work to strengthen international peace and security.”
He added: “We discussed regional challenges, especially the hostilities that Iran is carrying out threatening global stability by supporting terrorist militias, including the Houthi militia, which targeted civilians in Saudi Arabia with more than 300 missiles, aircraft and booby-trapped boats, as well as by recruiting and supporting terrorist cells, the last of which was what it announced. About him by the security authorities in the Kingdom two days before the arrest of members of a terrorist cell that trained in the headquarters of the Revolutionary Guard in Iran and was planning to carry out terrorist operations.
Regarding regional issues, the Saudi Foreign Minister affirmed his country’s firm position towards achieving peace in the Middle East, stressing that “comprehensive peace is a strategic goal.”
Turning to what was dealt with about the situation in Yemen, he said: “The two views agreed on the need to reach a political solution to the Yemeni crisis,” indicating that “ways to enhance protection of regional security and reject all forms of external interference in the affairs of the countries of the region were discussed.”