Secrets of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's tour in the Gulf

The secrets of the tour of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, which he started today in the Gulf countries. Here are now the details and developments of the tour of the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, in the Gulf countries, during which he is scheduled to visit the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and the Sultanate of Oman and conclude in the State of Kuwait.

Through official statements, the visit aims to "unify positions on regional issues, enhance dialogue and support stability." It began in the Sultanate of Oman, and Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, begins today, Monday, a five-day official Gulf tour. Consecutive .

The Saudi Crown Prince starts from Muscat a 5-day Gulf tour

Through this, the Saudi newspaper, "Okaz" today, quoted diplomatic sources as saying that the Saudi crown prince is starting his Gulf tour, "and it is his first after the Gulf summit that was held in the city of Al-Ula (western Saudi Arabia) last January by visiting the Sultanate of Oman, then Bahrain, Qatar, the Emirates and the State of Kuwait".

Hence, these sources mentioned that the agenda of the tour includes “discussing the Iranian nuclear and missile file with all its components and its repercussions, in a way that contributes to achieving regional and international security and stability.” The sources indicated that the Saudi Crown Prince’s tour emphasizes “the principles of good neighborliness and respect for UN resolutions and international legitimacy.” .

As well as sparing the region all destabilizing activities, in addition to finding a comprehensive political solution to the Yemeni crisis based on the Gulf initiative and its executive mechanism and the outcomes of the comprehensive Yemeni National Dialogue Conference and UN Security Council Resolution No. 2216. On the importance of alleviating the human suffering of the Yemeni people.

The Saudi Crown Prince is on a Gulf tour, starting with the Sultanate of Oman

As well as developments on the Iraqi arena in light of the results of the recent parliamentary elections, the situation in Syria and Libya, developments in the Palestinian cause, and raising the pace of cooperation, including security, defense, economy, trade, investment, energy, and communications among the six GCC states.

In addition, the sources did not rule out that this "round would result in the signing of agreements and memoranda of understanding in various fields, especially those related to the sectors of economy, trade and investment."

The Saudi Crown Prince's Gulf tour precedes the 42nd Gulf summit scheduled in Riyadh on the 14th of this December, which will reaffirm the need for any negotiating process with Iran to include addressing Tehran's destabilizing behavior in the region.

All this is in addition to discussing the steps that have been taken in terms of strengthening security and military cooperation between the GCC states.” The Diwan of the Royal Court in Oman had previously announced that Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s official visit to Muscat “comes from the long-standing historical relations that bind Sultanate of Oman and Saudi Arabia.

And in order to strengthen the bonds of affection that unite the peoples of the two countries, and to complement the outcome of the meeting of Sultan Haitham bin Tariq and the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz during his visit to the Kingdom last July.

The Omani statement stated that the Saudi crown prince "will discuss, during the visit, a number of areas and aspects of common interest to serve the interests of the two countries, and to achieve the aspirations and hopes of the two peoples for a more prosperous, prosperous and prosperous future."

In this regard, "Okaz" newspaper quoted the sources on which it was based, expecting that "during the visit to the Sultanate of Oman, a set of joint initiatives will be launched that include major areas of cooperation, including investments in the project to establish an industrial zone in the Special Economic Zone in Duqm and cooperation in the field of energy."

All this is in addition to the partnership in the field of food security and cooperation in various cultural, sports and tourism activities.” In addition, the visit is expected to witness “the opening of the first direct land border crossing between the two countries with a length of 800 km, which is the Empty Quarter crossing.”

The Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, had anticipated the Crown Prince's visit by sending written messages to a number of Gulf leaders on Sunday, conveyed by Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.