The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Statement on Jerusalem


The crackdown has turned the palatial Ritz Carlton in Riyadh, which hosted U.S. President Donald Trump in May, into a five-star detention center for some of Saudi Arabia's richest and most influential people.

"A way must be found through negotiations to resolve the status of Jerusalem as the future capital of both states", Mogherini said, stressing the EU's support for unlocking meaningful peace talks.

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Al-Sulaiman's apology didn't fix the controversy and he was officially relieved of his duties as of Sunday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Saudi Arabia's attorney general says most of the 159 individuals detained in a corruption sweep have agreed to a settlement.

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The nature of the charges also remains unclear but the attorney general's statement said "internationally applied procedures" had been followed. Given the important status of Jerusalem, this potential move would also widen the regional ripple effects by further complicating the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; obstructing the on going peace process; and provoking the sentiments from the global Muslim community.

The U.S. needs to "continue its efforts to achieve a just resolution for the Palestinian cause, in line with the Arab Peace Initiative and relevant global resolutions", he noted.

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