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On Third Day of Saudi Trip, Pompeo Tours Saudi Airbase, Meets with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and separately with Prince Khalid Bin Salman in Saudi Arabia on his third and final day of a visit to the Kingdom, according to reports, before taking a tour of a key Saudi Arabian air base where the U.S. has deployed defense capabilities.
Pompeo Meets with King Salman, FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with King Salman and Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh today, photos from the Saudi Press Agency show.
Secretary of State Pompeo Arrives in Riyadh for 3-Day Visit, his Second of 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh today for a three-day visit to meet with Saudi officials. During his visit to Riyadh, Pompeo is scheduled to meet senior Saudi leaders and visit Saudi Aramco’s Khurais oil field, which was targeted in a missile attack in September that both the kingdom and the U.S. blame on Iran. Tehran denied involvement […]
Saudi Cabinet Gives Approval to Saudi Export and Import (Exim) Bank, Launch Expected Soon
Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers has approved regulations for the creation of a new Saudi Export and Import (Exim) Bank on Tuesday during a session presided over by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman at Al-Yamamah Palace.
Princess Reema bint Bandar Gives First Interview to Arab Newspaper as Ambassador: ‘Saudi Arabia is Washington’s Closest Partner in Region’
Princess Reema bint Bandar gave her first interview with an Arab newspaper since assuming her position in Washington, telling Asharq Alawsat that Saudi Arabia is Washington’s closest partner in the region and that the strategic Saudi-American partnership is not affected by which party the president of the White House belongs to.
Will Saudi Arabia soon be an exporter of gas?
Saudi Arabia plans to start exporting gas and will soon make a major announcement on the topic, the country’s energy minister said.
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait Agree to Resume Oil Production from Neutral Zone Fields
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait will resume joint production at two oilfields from a shared neutral zone between the countries, according to Bloomberg, ending a five-year dispute that sidelined production from the area.
Pompeo, Saudi Counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan Meet in Washington Wednesday
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Washington Wednesday to discuss Iran, Yemen, and other issues of mutual interest.
Weaker Demand for Oil as Coronavirus Spreads, Pushing Prices Down
Saudi Arabia and other oil producing nations that form the OPEC+ group are seeking common ground on how to keep oil prices from tumbling further in the face of weak demand from the spread of the Coronavirus.
Al-Ula Planners, Developers Keen to Keep Historic Beauty of Site Intact with Millions Expected Annually
Planners and developers working on making Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ula UNESCO heritage site easier and more enjoyable to visit are keen to keep intact the natural beauty and wonder of the site, the UAE-based The National reports, citing an interview with Francesca Arici, the site’s chief planning officer.
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Saudis Weigh Break With Russia Over Response to Coronavirus
The Saudi kingdom, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates—which collectively represent over half of OPEC’s production capacity—are holding talks this week to discuss a possible joint output cut of as much as 300,000 barrels a day
Media district project launched in Jeddah
The Saudi Ministry of Housing, Ministry of Media and Shamayel United Development Company announced on Thursday the establishment of the Media District as part of Mayasem residential project in Obhur, north of Jeddah. The project extends over an area of 1.6 million square meters, offering around 5,000 residential units, including over 900 residential units dedicated to media professionals.
Libya’s Haftar says any ceasefire would be contingent on Turkish withdrawal: RIA
Khalifa Haftar, Libya’s eastern military commander, said he would be ready for a ceasefire if Turkish and Syrian mercenaries left the country and Ankara stopped supplying weapons to Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli, RIA reported.
Oil falls 1% as spreading virus compounds concerns over demand hit
Brent crude LCOc1 was down 64 cents, or 1.1%, at $58.67 a barrel by 0703 GMT, while U.S. crude CLc1 dropped 54 cents, or 1%, at $53.34 a barrel. South Korea’s fourth-largest city has become the latest virus hotspot, with streets abandoned and residents staying indoors after dozens of people were infected in what authorities described as a “super-spreading event” at a church.
Pompeo announces ‘understanding’ between U.S. and Taliban
“After decades of conflict, we have come to an understanding with the Taliban on a significant reduction in violence across #Afghanistan,” Pompeo wrote on Twitter, describing the latest development as “an important step on a long road to peace,” and calling on Afghans “to seize this opportunity.”
Challenges Await Oman’s New Sultan as Mourning Period Ends
On February 20, Oman will begin its next era in earnest. The new sultan, Haitham bin Tariq al-Said, was officially sworn in on January 11, but he has remained quiet and mostly out of sight during the forty-day mourning period that followed the death of his cousin, Sultan Qaboos. Now that this period is drawing to a close, he is free to put his stamp on Omani policy.
Ship seizures included ‘relatively new’ Iranian surface to air missile bound for Houthi rebels in Yemen
Capt. William Urban, the lead spokesman for U.S. Central Command, told reporters Wednesday that the seized missile components were “relatively new” Iranian-manufactured missiles that have not been “widely distributed.”
Briefing With Special Representative for Iran and Senior Advisor to the Secretary Brian Hook
For the elections tomorrow, the council denied more than 7,000 candidates the right to participate in the election. They also disqualified 90 sitting members of Iran’s parliament for running for re-election.
Pompeo meets US troops in Saudi visit focused on Iran
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited American troops in Saudi Arabia Thursday after talks with King Salman on the second day of a visit focused on countering Iran.
Saudi Arabia intercepts missiles fired from Yemen as G20 ministers gather
But violence resumed on northern frontlines in January and led to renewed Houthi missile strikes, the first since attacks on Saudi oil facilities in September knocked out more than half of the kingdom’s crude output. The Saudi-led coalition resumed retaliatory bombings.
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