For peace in the region, Pakistan and India are trying to reduce tensions, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir has acknowledged that Saudi Arabia is trying to reduce tensions between Pakistan and India.
In an interview with Arab News, Adil al-Jubeir said that Saudi Arabia wants peace in the entire region and strives for it at various levels, adding that we continue to make constant efforts for peace and stability in the region, even if Whether it is peace between Israel and the Palestinians or Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, we are even trying to reduce tensions between Pakistan and India, whether it is to stabilize Sudan or Libya. Let the war end, we have played a positive role everywhere.
Al-Jubeir insisted that Saudi Arabia was not doing so despite some “normal” relations between some Arab countries and Israel. “We want a two-state solution based on Arab peace initiatives and relevant UN resolutions,” he said. Where there is a Palestinian state and it can live in peace and security. That is our position.
Earlier, it was said that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia had played a key role in the release of Wing Commander Abhinandan, but this was not confirmed.
Immediately after the Pulwama attack, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited Pakistan first and then India, where, according to Indian foreign affairs experts, Prince Salman defended Pakistan against extremism because of a diplomatic “stretched rope” While praising the sacrifices, he also agreed with Modi that terrorism cannot be justified in any way.