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Report: Bin Salman outcast on the international scene

Mohammed bin Salman did not dare to participate recently in the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly held in New York, despite the importance of the international forum and the wide participation of world leaders.

The main reason why bin Salman is absent from the nature of his internationally renowned personality because of his crimes internally and externally is confirmed by an article published in the Washington Post.

The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a year ago “made bin Salman a pariah in the international community, and President Donald Trump has tried hard to rehabilitate him and bring him back to the international scene,” write Shane Harris and John Hudson.

The appearance of bin Salman in June 2019 at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan, standing amid the podium between the US and Japanese presidents while taking a photo of the summit participants, among other meetings and deals with leaders during the event, is a clear indication of the welcome again, albeit reluctantly, to the international community.”

the writers noted that bin Salman, who has been found by the United Nations and the CIA to be responsible for the brutal murder of journalist Khashoggi, “would not have been welcomed by world leaders had it not been for the efforts of Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that paved the way for this.”

The US president, who had previously described the Middle East as a “bad place” and described the murder of Jamal Khashoggi as an unfortunate incident, did not see what he deserved to give up a lucrative market, according to the newspaper. His relationship with the Kingdom according to material benefit. ”

In an interview with NBC News in July, Trump said that he is not stupid to say we don’t want to deal with them (the Saudis) commercially.

The writers pointed out that the promises made by the US Secretary of State to investigate the killing of Khashoggi and to hold all parties to prove responsibility for the crime has not yet been realized.

Crown Prince “bin Salman” that there are no reports emerged from the US administration to indicate that he ordered the killing of “Khashoggi,” stressing that the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States “much greater than the incident Khashoggi.”

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