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U.S. President and Saudi King speak for over an hour by telephone, agree to step up cooperation.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salman spoke for over an hour by telephone on Sunday, agreeing to step up counter-terrorism and military cooperation and enhance economic relations, Reuters reported.
A senior Saudi source cited by the news agency had no word on whether the two leaders discussed Trump’s executive order temporarily banning immigration from several Muslim countries.
Saudi Arabia had a difference of opinions with former President Barack Obama with regard to the nuclear deal signed between Iran and six world powers.
The source said the call between the king and Trump “resulted in agreement on many important matters, including enhancing the participation of the two countries in fighting terrorism, extremism and its funding.”
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The White House reveals that, upon Trump’s request, King Salman agreed to offer his support of safe zones.
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The Daily Mail reports that President Donald Trump spoke with King Salman on Sunday to discuss ways to help refugees that have been displaced by war in Syria and Yemen.
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Instead, it appears that Trump will be working towards safe zones instead.
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Trump and Saudi King Salman talk Iran
Donald TrumpWashington: President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salman want to “rigorously” enforce the Iran nuclear deal, the White House said Sunday, despite the US leader’s long opposition to the agreement.
Trump and King Salman “agreed on the importance of rigorously enforcing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran and of addressing Iran’s destabilizing regional activities,” the White House said.
Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu said last month that there were many ways of “undoing” the Iran nuclear deal and that he would discuss that with Trump.
Trump opposed the nuclear agreement signed by Israel’s arch-foe Iran and world powers, including the United States, in 2015 and has said he wants to undo it.
The pair, in a phone conversation, also spoke of the need to address Iran’s “destabilizing regional activities,” fight the spread of terrorism and establish safe zones in war-ravaged Syria and Yemen, the White House statement read.