The President of the United States Donald trump paid a visit to Saudi Arabia – his first visit abroad has begun. After that, he’ll head to Israel, the Palestinian authority, the Vatican and Italy, and will also participate in the NATO summit in Brussels and the summit “the Big seven” in Sicily.
Reuters , citing Al-Jazeera reports that the plane US leader landed at the airport of Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia – start-up phase of the first trip abroad of trump since the inauguration of the President of the United States. In Riyadh he will hold bilateral talks with the king of Saudi Arabia, and will also participate in the meeting with the heads of six Arabian monarchies within the cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Persian Gulf, and in the summit of leaders of Arab and Muslim countries.
The foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia Adel al-Jubeir announced earlier the signing of political agreements and large contracts with companies from the United States. Thus the permanent representative of the Kingdom to the UN, Abdullah al-Moallem told RIA “news”that while in Saudi Arabia, “there is no understanding that he (trump) is going to offer.”
The President of the United States, announcing his trip, said that his visit to Saudi Arabia will help to lay the foundations for the fight against terrorism.
In February, the us media reported that the U.S. is considering the creation of a military Alliance against Iran with the participation of the Arab countries and Israel.
Then The Wall Street Journal reported that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who are longtime enemies of Israel, as a condition for their agreement to cooperate to achieve from trump’s cancellation of the law on compensation of damage from the September 11 attacks. It entitles the families of victims of the attacks organized by the international terrorist organizations, file lawsuits against States supporting them. First and foremost it allows you to sue Saudi Arabia for those Americans who have lost loved ones during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.