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She stressed preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear capabilities and holding it accountable for its aggressive behavior


Today, Monday, the British Foreign Office confirmed that Saudi Arabia plays a vital role in maintaining regional stability, and said in a statement that “our partnership with the Kingdom is extended and close,” referring to the discussion of rebuilding the economy after the Corona pandemic.

In detail, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said in an interview with Al Arabiya that Britain and Saudi Arabia are facing common challenges, including Iran, adding, “We are facing new challenges with Saudi Arabia related to security.”

“We are working to hold Iran accountable for its destabilizing behavior,” he said, stressing that Iran should never acquire nuclear military capabilities. He also addressed the Yemeni crisis, saying, “We regret the Houthi attacks on civilians.”

“The Houthis must be pressured hard to push them to negotiate,” he added, blaming the coup militias for the recent attack on civilians in Marib.

Raab praised the Saudi vision and said that Vision 2030 in Saudi Arabia is bold and ambitious, adding that “the change is great in the kingdom with the reforms led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.”

It is noteworthy that Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, discussed in his office in Neom, yesterday, Monday, with British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, the latest developments in the Middle East and the efforts made in this regard to enhance security and stability in it.

During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations and aspects of joint cooperation in various fields.

British Foreign Office: Saudi Arabia plays a vital role in maintaining regional stability

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Today, Monday, the British Foreign Office confirmed that Saudi Arabia plays a vital role in maintaining regional stability, and said in a statement that “our partnership with the Kingdom is extended and close,” referring to the discussion of rebuilding the economy after the Corona pandemic.

In detail, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said in an interview with Al Arabiya that Britain and Saudi Arabia are facing common challenges, including Iran, adding, “We are facing new challenges with Saudi Arabia related to security.”

“We are working to hold Iran accountable for its destabilizing behavior,” he said, stressing that Iran should never acquire nuclear military capabilities. He also addressed the Yemeni crisis, saying, “We regret the Houthi attacks on civilians.”

“The Houthis must be pressured hard to push them to negotiate,” he added, blaming the coup militias for the recent attack on civilians in Marib.

Raab praised the Saudi vision and said that the 2030 vision in Saudi Arabia is bold and ambitious, adding that “the change is great in the kingdom with the reforms led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.”

It is noteworthy that Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, discussed in his office in Neom, yesterday, Monday, with British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, the latest developments in the Middle East region and the efforts made in this regard to enhance security and stability in it.

During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations and aspects of joint cooperation in various fields.

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She stressed preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear capabilities and holding it accountable for its aggressive behavior

Today, Monday, the British Foreign Office confirmed that Saudi Arabia plays a vital role in maintaining regional stability, and said in a statement that “our partnership with the Kingdom is extended and close,” referring to the discussion of rebuilding the economy after the Corona pandemic.

In detail, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said in an interview with Al Arabiya that Britain and Saudi Arabia are facing common challenges, including Iran, adding, “We are facing new challenges with Saudi Arabia related to security.”

“We are working to hold Iran accountable for its destabilizing behavior,” he said, stressing that Iran should never acquire nuclear military capabilities. He also addressed the Yemeni crisis, saying, “We regret the Houthi attacks on civilians.”

“The Houthis must be pressured hard to push them to negotiate,” he added, blaming the coup militias for the recent attack on civilians in Marib.

Raab praised the Saudi vision and said that the 2030 vision in Saudi Arabia is bold and ambitious, adding that “the change is great in the kingdom with the reforms led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.”

It is noteworthy that Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, discussed in his office in Neom, yesterday, Monday, with British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, the latest developments in the Middle East region and the efforts made in this regard to enhance security and stability in it.

During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations and aspects of joint cooperation in various fields.





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