Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan to review nearly finalized strategic agreements between Saudi Arabia and the United States. They also discussed a broad bilateral agreement and Israel’s war in Gaza.

The announcement by the state-run Saudi Press Agency said that meeting was held in Saudi city of Dhahran today. The discussions focused on enhancing strategic relations and furthering cooperation in various sectors. During the meeting, the leaders discussed the

advancement of these strategic agreements, which are nearing completion. They also addressed efforts related to the Palestinian issue, seeking a credible path toward a two-state solution that respects the aspirations and legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.

The White House said on Friday that Sullivan would visit Saudi Arabia and Israel to discuss bilateral and regional matters, including Gaza and efforts to achieve lasting peace and security in the region.

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