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Al-Sudais: Crown Prince’s Speech Consolidates Saudi principles

President of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, HE Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, appreciated the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Arab countries, and the discussions on issues of common interest.


The General President appreciated the Kingdom’s efforts in bringing together unity by hosting the 32nd Arab Summit. praising the contents and space of the covenant at the Arab summit conference, and its affirmation of the kingdom’s principles and principles of Arab-Islamic solidarity.


Al-Sudais praised the role of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and His Royal Highness Crown Prince, for preserving them in Arab reunification and strengthening the bonds of brotherhood among the Arab countries.


The President of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, “The wise leadership has always responded to its leadership role at the Arab level.


Al-Sudais praised the directives of King Salman and HRH the Crown Prince for the various initiatives of the Arab people, appreciating the positions of the wise leadership by standing by the Sudanese people in good times and bad times.


The 32nd Arab League summit kicked off on Friday with Algerian Prime Minister Ayman Benabderrahmane delivering the opening remarks before handing over the rotating presidency of the Arab League to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

During his speech, HRH the Crown Prince said: “We assure our neighboring countries, that we are going on peace, goodness, cooperation and construction, to achieve the interests of our peoples, and safeguard the rights of our nation.”

He added that Saudi Arabia will not allow the region to turn into fields of conflict. “It is enough for us, with turning the page of the past, to remember the painful years of conflicts that the region lived through. It is enough for us to have conflicts that the peoples of the region suffered from and because of which development faltered in the region,” he said.
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