Leaders of Gulf States sign the final statement of Al-Ula summit

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman praised the Kuwaiti and American roles to heal the rift between the countries of the region.

Jerusalem24 – The leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council signed on Tuesday the final statement of the 41st Gulf Summit, hosted in the Saudi city of Al-Ula.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman opened the summit earlier today.

The latter praised the Kuwaiti and American roles to heal the rift between the countries of the region, stressing on the role of the summit in strengthening brotherhood between the Gulf States.

The Saudi crown prince considered the “Iranian activities as a destabilization of the region,” and added, “We face the challenges of Iran’s disruptive behavior.”

The Prince of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Sabah, said that the participants agreed to sign the Al-Ula statement at this summit.

He added, “We congratulate everyone on the historic achievement achieved at the Al-Ula summit. We seek to support joint Gulf and Arab action,” noting that “today’s statement will be called the Solidarity Agreement.”

Last but not least, The Prince of Kuwait appreciated the role of the Egyptian leadership and its support for regional issues.

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