Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said Saudi Arabia will work closely with Austria and the international community to fight terrorism and extremism.
The remarks were made Sunday during a press conference in Riyadh between the Saudi foreign minister and his Austrian counterpart, Alexander Schallenberg, who is currently visiting Saudi Arabia.
Prince Faisal said he welcomed the release of declassified 9/11 document, saying Saudi Arabia has advocated for decades for the release of any documents related to what happened on that tragic day, adding that the Kingdom has been a key partner in the fight against terrorism.
The FBI on Saturday released the first document related to its investigation of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States following an executive order by President Joe Biden.
Meanwhile, Austria’s foreign minister welcomed Saudi Arabia’s efforts to find a political solution in Yemen.
Schallenberg said the Houthi militia have not put the interest of Yemen first as he condemned the Iran-backed group’s attacks targeting the Kingdom.
The Austrian envoy also praised Saudi Arabia’s ongoing reforms, socially and economically, especially for women and human rights. He added the Kingdom could count on Austria as a partner in this period of transition and change.
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