Leaders from Saudi Arabia and Japan Share Opinions During a Video Summit Meeting.

Leaders from Saudi Arabia and Japan Share Opinions During a Video Summit Meeting.

TOKYO: Saudi Arabia’s prime minister, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Japanese prime minister Kishida Fumio had a fruitful video conference on Tuesday.
Crown prince Kishida expressed his gratitude for the gesture and wished King Salman well.
The crown prince stated that he hoped to visit Japan as soon as possible to deepen his relationship with the country. According to the Tokyo foreign ministry, Kishida wished King Salman a speedy recovery and said he was looking forward to deepening Japan’s strategic alliance with Saudi Arabia.

As the two nations near the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic ties, the prime minister of Japan has stated that he would like to collaborate with Saudi Arabia even more. The crown prince agreed with him when he emphasized achieving peace and stability in the Middle East as a shared goal. The leaders decided to further improve bilateral ties by forming a “strategic partnership council” that they would chair.

Kishida conveyed his appreciation for Saudi Arabia’s consistent provision of crude oil to Japan throughout the years. The crown prince agreed with him when he said that he expected Saudi Arabia to keep taking the lead in stabilizing the world oil market, even if that meant raising production.

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