Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said that Riyadh supports full normalization with Israel on the condition of a state for the Palestinians that guarantees their rights, while contingent on reconciliation with Qatar to address security concerns.
In a hypothetical interview with Reuters on the sidelines of the G20 leaders’ summit, Ben Farhan said that his country “supports full normalization with Israel; But first, a permanent and complete peace agreement must be approved that guarantees the Palestinians their state with dignity.
Regarding the Qatar crisis, the Saudi minister said that Riyadh and the four boycotting countries are continuing to “search for a way to end the dispute with Qatar, but the solution depends on solving legitimate security concerns” in the Kingdom, the Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain.
The minister expressed his confidence that “the new US administration will continue the same policies that are in the interest of regional stability,” noting that “he does not see any threat to regional security during the period of power transfer in the United States.”
The Saudi official considered that “Washington’s designation of the Houthi group as a terrorist organization would be“ completely appropriate ”.
With regard to Turkish-Saudi relations, Prince bin Farhan emphasized that the Kingdom has “good and wonderful” relations with Turkey, and there is no data indicating an unofficial boycott of Turkish products.
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