Saudi foreign Minister Meets French Counterpart to Discuss Bilateral Relations and the Situation in Gaza.

Saudi foreign Minister Meets French Counterpart to Discuss Bilateral Relations and the Situation in Gaza.

PARIS — Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah met with French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs Stephane Sejourne in Paris on Friday. Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah met with Stephane Sejourne, the French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, in Paris on Friday.

The two ministers discussed Saudi-French relations and ways to strengthen them, as well as how to improve coordination on a variety of mutually important issues. The two officials also discussed the current situation in Gaza and its surroundings, as well as the importance of providing humanitarian aid to the enclave’s civilians.

Saudi Ambassador to France Fahd bin Mayouf Al-Ruwaili, Foreign Minister’s Office chief of staff Abdulrahman Al-Dawood, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs Advisor Dr. Manal Radwan all went to the meeting.

The two ministers discussed strengthening Saudi-French relations and improving integration on a variety of mutually significant problems. Both officials also talked about the current predicament in Gaza and its surroundings, as well as the importance of providing emergency supplies to the enclave’s civilian population.

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