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Deputy Crown Prince Affirms Kingdom’s Full Support to Egypt against Terrorism - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Riyadh – Deputy Crown Prince, Second Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz affirmed Wednesday the Kingdom’s full support to Egypt against terrorism.

During a phone call with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the Deputy Crown Prince expressed his condolences for the victims of the terrorist bombings, saying the incidents were painful for all Arabs and Muslims.

The Egyptian President expressed thanks for the noble feelings and appreciation that the Kingdom is always at the forefront of those standing by Egypt. Sisi noted that Saudi Arabia has always been one of Egypt’s top supporters.

Later, the Deputy Crown Prince met at Rawdhat Khuraim with Member of Parliament from the British Conservative Party and Chairman of Saudi-British Group in the British Parliament Charlotte Leslie.

A number of members of the British parliament attended the meeting.

During the talks, they reviewed aspects of bilateral friendship and ways of enhancing them. They also discussed issues of common interest.

The meeting was attended by Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Speaker of the Shura Council Abdullah bin Mohammed Al al-Sheikh; Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel bin Ahmed al-Jubeir; Advisor at the Royal Court and General Supervisor of the office of the Defense Minister Fahd al-Issa, and a number of officials.

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