Saudi FM holds talks with Qatar and Tunisia

After Saudi Prince Mohamed Ben Salman had met President Joe Biden in October to discuss the Israeli war on Gaza, the Arabic country continues to cooperate with other countries to prevent the war from expanding.

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Ben Farhan met with Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Ben Abdelrahman Ben Jassim on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on January 17.
They discussed regional and international issues, focusing on besieged Gaza Strip’s situation, according to Arab News plus agencies.

They also talked about bilateral relations of their countries, reported the same media outlet.

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Prince Faisal also met with Tunisian Prime Minister Ahmed Al-Hachani to discuss bilateral agreements to reinforce cooperation in various sectors.
He also held discussions with his Finnish and Ecuadorian counterparts, Elina Valtonen and Maria Gabriela Sommerfeld.


Arab News plus agencies

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