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Saudi Crown Prince: GCC is “One Country” facing the same challenges

Crown Prince transfers 4% of Saudi Aramco's shares to Public Investment Fund

In an interview with The US Atlantic magazine, the Saudi Crown Prince affirmed that the Gulf Cooperation Council is one country facing the same risks, challenges, and opportunities.

He added that Saudi Arabia and Iran are neighbors, one cannot get rid of the other, and the solution is coexistence.

He also stressed that Saudi Arabia does not want to present copied projects, and many of the Saudi projects are unique.

Saudi Arabia seeks development based on its economic and cultural potentials, according to Mohamed Bin Salman.

The Crown Prince also stated that Saudi Arabia is not trying to be like Dubai or US, but rather it seeks to develop based on what it already has.

He stressed that Saudi Arabia is based on Islam and modernization processes always take into account Arabian culture and beliefs.

The Crown Prince stated that the Muslim Brotherhood played a huge role in creating extremism and produced Bin Laden and Al-Zawahiri.

He explained that social development in Saudi Arabia is moving in the right direction according to the people’s standards and beliefs.

Saudi Arabia has changed from what it was 7 years ago as the final goal is to return to pure Islam, according to Saudi Crown Prince

He added that the US knows what it must do to advance its political and economic interests with Saudi Arabia.

Regarding the Saudi investments in China, they are less than $100 billion; however, they are growing very fast, Crown Prince noted.

“Our ambition in the G-20 is to be in a better position than the 15 by 2030,” Crown Prince said.

Saudi Arabia is among the fastest-growing countries in the world and the economy will grow by 7% next year, he added.

No one has the right to interfere in our internal affairs, and it concerns us only as Saudis, he explained.

His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister affirmed that Saudi Arabia is developing according to its economic and cultural components, its people, and its history.

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