The Saudi foreign minister arrives in Oman, coinciding with talks on YemenEnglish - منذ 15 يوم و 11 ساعة و 28 دقيقة
The Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan, arrived in the Sultanate of Oman on Sunday, and Sultan of Oman, Haitham bin Tariq, delivered a written message from Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz, "related to bilateral relations and support for areas of joint cooperation between the two countries and the countries of the region."
The official Oman News Agency reported that Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, who arrived in Muscat on a one-day visit, delivered the message to the Deputy Prime Minister for Cabinet Affairs, Fahd Al Said.
It indicated that the Saudi and Omani ministers reviewed, during their meeting, "the latest developments on the regional and international arenas, and matters of common interest."
The Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan, arrived Saturday evening in the United Arab Emirates and met with the UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
During the meeting, consultations were held on all issues and developments in the region, in addition to discussing prospects for bilateral cooperation between the two brotherly countries in all fields, according to the Emirates News Agency, "WAM".
The two sides touched on cooperation and coordination between the two countries in facing the repercussions of the "Covid-19" pandemic, and ways to strengthen collective international action in order to move forward in the recovery phase from the pandemic at various levels.
Sheikh Abdullah affirmed that the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are linked by strong and deep-rooted fraternal relations, with the support and care of the leaderships of the two brotherly countries.
Ibn Farhan's visit coincides with the presence of envoys to Yemen, the American Timothy Lenderking, and the UN, Martin Griffiths, in Muscat, as part of their efforts to push the warring parties in Yemen to accept an international ceasefire plan and to resume the political process stalled in the country for three years.