Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud told Reuters today, Saturday, that his country, along with the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain, “continues to search for a way to end the dispute with Qatar, and that the solution depends on addressing security concerns.”
In a remote interview on the sidelines of the G20 leaders’ summit that kicked off today in Riyadh, Prince Faisal added that his country supports full normalization with Israel, “but first, a permanent and complete peace agreement should be approved that guarantees the Palestinians their state with dignity.”
He stressed that he was confident that the next US administration of President-elect Joe Biden would pursue policies that would help regional stability.
He considered that any discussions with it would lead to stronger cooperation, stressing that he did not see any indication of a regional threat during the transitional period.
Prince Faisal indicated that Washington’s designation of the Houthi group as a terrorist organization would be “completely appropriate.”