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Written by SOT.COM.AL 8 Dhjetor 2022
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received Chinese President Xi Jinping today, while the Chinese leader announced "a new era" in relations with the Arabs. The Chinese president was given a lavish reception, signaling Riyadh's interest in deepening ties with Beijing, despite warnings from the US.
Members of the Saudi Royal Guard mounted on Arabian horses and flying Chinese and Saudi flags escorted Mr Xi's car as he entered the royal palace in Riyadh, where Prince Mohammed, the oil-rich country's de facto ruler, greeted him with a smile. warm.
The ceremony was a stark contrast to the cold reception given in July to US President Joe Biden, with whom relations have cooled since the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudis in 2018 and because of Saudi energy policy.
With Washington's ties to Riyadh at an all-time low and wary of China's growing influence, US officials said Wednesday that the visit was an example of Chinese efforts to exert influence around the world and that the visit would not changed US policy towards the Middle East./VOA