Saudi King and Obama hold talks
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud met with U.S. President Barack Obama at the king Abdullah’s ranch at Al-Janadriyah. King Abdullah and President Obama discussed regional and international developments topped by the Palestinian issue and Saudi-US cooperation in all fields as well as the world financial crisis.
Saudi King Abdullah thanked President Obama by saying “I thank the president for this visit and for this complement. This is not strange to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the US because the US is a friend of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since the time of King Abdulaziz and President Roosevelt. My greetings to the friendly US people represented by a person who deserves this position and thank you.”Filed under Saudi Royals
Tagged Audience, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, President Obama, United States of America.
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