Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Saudi Crown Prince: Turkey part of 'triangle of evil'

Saudi Crown Prince: Turkey part of 'triangle of evil'

During the meeting, Archbishop Welby raised concerns about the limits placed on Christian worship in Saudi Arabia, "and highlighted the importance for leaders of all faiths to support freedom of religion or belief, drawing on the experience of the UK". Later Wednesday Prince Mohammed was due to be hosted for dinner by heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles, with Prince William among the guests. "They criticize us for a war in Yemen that we did not want, that was imposed on us, that is a just war", he said. "It is important, and has saved the lives of hundreds of people in this country", said Theresa May.

The United Kingdom is rolling out the red carpet for Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince, Mohammed Bin Salman (known colloquially as MBS), as he begins his first global tour.

They discussed Saudi Arabia's "Vision 2030" initiative, which is Mr Bin Salman's plan for the future of his country.

May said she planned to raise humanitarian concerns with Mohammed at the meeting, which was expected to continue Thursday at her country estate.

"We need to recognize that driving is a superficial activity, not the real empowerment we strive for in Saudi Arabia", Khalid Al-Falih said in a Bloomberg television interview in London.

They also have a long-standing trade relationship - not just of arms, the most well-known United Kingdom export to Saudi - but also of transport-related equipment, medicinal products, foodstuffs and power-generating equipment, according to the Saudi British Joint Business Council.

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Dr. Mohamed Ramady is an energy economist and geo political expert on the GCC and former Professor at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and co author of "OPEC in a Post Shale world - where to next?'".

"We are all concerned about the appalling humanitarian situation in Yemen and the effect that it is having on people, particularly women and children", she told Parliament.

"I don't believe that someone like Mohammed bin Salman should be welcomed in Britain", said Hassan Yassine, a 25-year-old customer service worker from London. Joint Strategic Partnership Council is also under consideration.

"The archbishop voiced his distress at the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, and asked that all that is possible be done to alleviate the suffering of civilian populations and to seek an end to the conflict", the statement said.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been heavily criticised by some politicians and campaigners, who have accused him of funding extremism in the United Kingdom and carrying out human-rights abuses domestically and in Yemen.

At the same time, Britain is trying to attract Saudi Arabia for the listing of state oil giant Saudi Aramco on the London Stock Exchange.

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