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Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain: Crown Prince’s visit showcases strength of bilateral relations

His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain, affirmed that the visit of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense to the Kingdom of Bahrain is an extension of the strong brotherly relations that The leaderships of the two countries unite.
In a statement to the Saudi Press Agency, the Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain said: The honorable visit comes to add to the history of relations between the two countries a new chapter of fruitful cooperation, and is an affirmation of the two countries’ keenness, under the lofty directives, to develop political, economic, commercial and investment relations, and to enhance bilateral cooperation and joint Gulf action.
His Highness added: The historical relations between the two kingdoms are characterized by continuous communication, cordiality and love between the leaders and peoples of the two countries, and are witnessing steady development at all levels, in addition to their geographical neighborhood and membership in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf and the League of Arab States.
The Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain indicated that the relations between the two countries are witnessing a great deal of coordination in the regional and international positions and issues that are discussed at the summits of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the League of Arab States, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the United Nations and other international forums, foremost of which is the Palestinian issue. A just solution that ensures that the Palestinian people obtain their legitimate rights,
Saudi Ambassador to Bahrain pointed out that economic and trade relations between the two countries are flourishing, as Saudi investments in Bahrain have increased by 51%, and the volume of trade exchange between the Kingdom of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia is 27 billion riyals (7.2 billion dollars), explaining that mineral materials, agricultural products, chemicals and plastics represent the majority.

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