Foreign minister: Saudi Arabia and Bahrain sign four agreements
Saudi arabia–According to Arab media reports, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan stated on Thursday that the Kingdom and Bahrain are working hard to achieve the goals of the AlUla Agreement.
Prince Faisal stated that during Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s official visit to Manama, the two countries signed four agreements, the visit comes a week before the Gulf Cooperation Council annual summit to be held in Riyadh next week.
The AlUla Declaration was issued after the Gulf Cooperation Council summit that was held in the historic Saudi city of AlUla in January, marking a new era in Gulf relations. Prince Faisal said at a press conference that the Saudi-Bahraini coordination committee approved 65 initiatives during the meeting.
He praised the depth, coordination and unity of the relations between the two countries, and said that the talks between the crown prince and King Hamad “reflected the determination to strengthen these ties and improve the level of coordination in various fields, particularly in economics, development, investment and in the political field,” the Bahrain News Agency reported.
Zayani said that the meeting between the two leaders affirmed that the relationship between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia has truly set an example of an outstanding relationship based on a solid foundation of brotherhood, interdependence, cooperation, understanding and co-coordination on all issues.
He also expressed that King Hamad is proud of Saudi Arabia’s historical stance towards Bahrain and its people and its continuous support at all levels. Zayani added that the Bahraini monarch also praised the kingdom’s efforts to develop the joint Gulf operation process, and praised Prince Mohammed’s development and progress in Saudi Arabia.
He expressed his expectation that the 42nd Gulf Summit to be held under the auspices of King Salman on December 14 will achieve fruitful results, strengthen the unity of the Gulf, and achieve more cooperation and integration.