Saudi King Salman, Trump, discuss Qatar dispute

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and US President Donald Trump. (AP)
Updated 14 July 2017
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Saudi King Salman, Trump, discuss Qatar dispute

JEDDAH: US President Donald Trump on Friday discussed with Saudi King Salman efforts to resolve the month-long dispute between Qatar and four Arab states, the White House said.
Speaking from Air Force One by phone, Trump emphasized the need to cut all funding for terrorism and discredit extremist ideology.
The two leaders underscored the importance of following through on commitments from the Riyadh Summit, according to a readout from the White House.
The Anti-Terror Quartet (ATQ) — comprising Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain — cut ties with Qatar over allegations it funds extremist groups and is allying with Iran. Qatar denies this.
King Salman congratulated Trump on the victory over Daesh in Mosul.


Saudi Arabia’s King Salman discusses relations with Moroccan King Mohammed VI

Updated 21 March 2019
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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman discusses relations with Moroccan King Mohammed VI

  • The two kings reviewed bilateral relations and emphasized the strong bond shared by their two countries

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman held a phone call with Moroccan King Mohammed VI, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The two kings reviewed bilateral relations and emphasized the strong bond shared by their two countries. They also expressed their keenness to develop and strengthen relations in all fields.
They also discussed recent developments in the region and internationally.