Saudi vice minister of foreign affairs attends Arab-Japan Political Dialogue ministerial meeting


Saudi Arabia’s delegation, led by Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Eng. Waleed El-Khereiji, attended the third session of the Ministerial Meeting of the Arab-Japan Political Dialogue.

This event was held in Cairo, Egypt, and saw the active participation of regional and international representatives.

Eng. El-Khereiji, standing in for Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal Bin Farhan, emphasized the paramount importance of maintaining the ongoing political dialogue. He highlighted that this dialogue serves as a testament to the commitment of all participating nations to strengthen and broaden their cooperative relations across various domains.

Furthermore, it provides a platform for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on matters of mutual interest and concern.

During his address, Eng. El-Khereiji underlined the necessity of fostering a secure, stable, and prosperous Middle East, a vision shared by both Saudi Arabia and Japan. He stated that both nations are firmly aligned in their commitment to promoting peace, advocating for negotiated solutions, and bolstering security, stability, and development in the region.

Eng. El-Khereiji reiterated the importance of collective efforts to uphold the internationally recognized rights of the Palestinian people and to facilitate peace through negotiations, in accordance with the principles outlined in the Arab Peace Initiative and international law.

Saudi Arabia’s representative also expressed the Kingdom’s ambition to elevate Arab-Japanese cooperation to even greater heights in diverse fields.

It’s worth noting that the Arab delegation at the meeting was led by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, while the Japanese side was represented by Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi.

The Saudi Arabian delegation included Ambassador Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Al-Matar, the Permanent Representative of Saudi Arabia to the Arab League. This high-level dialogue underscores the commitment of these nations to promote diplomacy and regional stability.

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