Saudi Cabinet stresses its rejection to foreign interference in Libya
The Saudi Cabinet meeting, which was held today, Tuesday, headed by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, stressed the Saudi Arabia’s stance regarding the various conflicts in the region, its call for the utmost restraint, calm and dialogue, and its rejection of external interference in the Libyan issue.
The meeting also followed up the Kingdom’s assertion before the European Parliament about its relations with the European Union, highlighting its policy in facing external challenges, its firm stance against interference in its internal affairs, and its concern for stability in the region.
The Council also approved a guiding model for a cooperation agreement between the Presidency of State Security in the Kingdom and its counterparts in other countries in the area of combating terrorist financing.
The Cabinet reviewed a report on the meetings and discussions held by the Kingdom’s delegation during the World Economic Forum in Davos with senior officials and economic decision makers.
It also discussed developments in the oil market due to the negative expectations of the potential impact of the Corona virus epidemic on the Chinese and global economy. The Cabinet meeting also touched the Saudi discussions with the European Council regarding a draft memorandum of understanding (MOU) in the field of pharmaceutical information exchange.