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Saudi Arabia Joe Biden: US President Joe Biden is still angry with Saudi Arabia. He says that he has not changed his views on the human rights situation there.
US President Joe Biden (US President Joe Biden) said on Friday that he had not changed his views on the human rights situation there, despite praise from Saudi Arabia for increasing production by major oil producers. As a presidential candidate, Biden denounces Saudi Arabia for human rights abusesHuman Rights Violation) had vowed to isolate. Biden said he did not know whether he would visit Saudi Arabia in the future, but that he had no plans to visit there at the moment.
He admitted that he hopes to meet leaders of some Arab countries, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, in the future. However, the White House appears to be more clear about the President’s plan for this visit. A White House person familiar with the plan said Biden has decided to visit Saudi Arabia as well as Israel and he will likely visit these countries this month amid his already-scheduled itinerary for several summits in Europe. can go. However, their itinerary has not been finalised.
Will work towards bringing peace – Biden
Asked about a possible visit to Saudi Arabia, Biden told reporters, “Look, I’m not going to change my mind about the human rights situation there.” But as the President of America, if I can do anything towards bringing peace, I will definitely do it. That’s what I’m trying to do. As the US presidential candidate, Biden criticized Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s brutal methods and vowed to isolate Saudi Arabia for the 2018 assassination of US journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
US intelligence officials have said that Prince Salman approved the killing of Khashoggi. Earlier, the White House had praised Saudi Arabia’s role in achieving the OPEC+ group’s oil production pledge. At the same time, Biden praised Saudi Arabia’s this week’s agreement on a 60-day ceasefire extension in the seven-year war with Yemen, describing the move as a display of courageous leadership. Earlier, when Donald Trump was the President of America, then the relations of this country with Saudi Arabia were very good. But relations have been deteriorating since Biden’s arrival.
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