Morocco’s King Visits Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah, Saudi Deputy Premier and Commander of the National Guard, held talks in Riyadh on Saturday with Morocco’s King Muhammad VI on Middle East peace and the Palestinian suffering under Israeli aggression, according to the Saudi Press Agency.
The Saudi-Moroccan summit talks dealt mainly with the Palestinian issue. In addition, the two sides reviewed means of enriching bilateral cooperation. They also discussed major Arab and international developments.
Morocco’s King Muhammad, who arrived in the Kingdom on Saturday for a two-day visit, is due to perform Umrah in Mecca before leaving Monday for an official visit to China.
This is the Moroccan leader’s second visit to the Saudi Kingdom since he took power in 1999. (Albawaba.com)