Sudan participates in the Chinese Arab Summit in Saudi Arabia

The President of the Sudanese Sovereign Council has received an invitation from Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to participate in the work of the Arab-Chinese Summit hosted by Riyadh next December.

Saudi Ambassador to Sudan Ali bin Hassan Jafar said that the Chairman of the Sovereign Council, General Abdul Fatah Al Burhan, welcomed participation in the work of the Arab-Chinese Summit and paid his compliments to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and the Crown Prince.

The Summit represented a new impetus for strengthening and developing Arab-Chinese relations under current international variables.

Prince Faisal bin Farhan announced days ago the holding of a Saudi-Chinese summit, a Chinese Gulf summit and an Arab-Chinese summit during President Jinping’s visit to Riyadh.

The Chinese President visited Saudi Arabia in 2016.

These summits and the Chinese President’s visit to Riyadh come at a time of tension in Saudi-American relations following the Kingdom’s decision to cut oil production through the OPEC + alliance.

The decision of the Saudi-led oil coalition was seen by the White House as a lineup with Russia in Ukraine’s war, which Saudi Arabia rejected.

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