Published: Wed, March 21, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Saudi Crown Prince promises to eliminate Brotherhood influence

Saudi Crown Prince promises to eliminate Brotherhood influence

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman says that the United States and Saudi Arabia can tackle "a lot of things" together in the future.

The Royal Court said the crown prince will meet Trump and a number of officials "to discuss bilateral relations and issues of common interest", Saudi Press Agency reported.

He's expected to speak to Trump about the effort - and discuss the countries' common enemy, Iran - as well as seek out American investors in hubs like NY and Silicon Valley.

Tehran has sharply dismissed the Saudi crown prince's latest allegation that Iran shelters terrorist leaders, saying the regime in Riyadh can not hide its history of creating and promoting terrorism by "spreading lies" about the Islamic Republic.

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Ten months after the last face-to-face meeting between Trump and Crown Prince Mohammed, in Riyadh, the 71-year-old president and the 32-year-old strongman prince are expected to deepen an already warm and congenial relationship. Trump's pro-Saudi instincts have made the more balanced mediation efforts of Defense Secretary James Mattis and outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson less productive.

Commercial ties also figure into the visit.

Salman made the comments in the run-up to his talks with United States officials in Washington.

Executives form the largest USA defence companies, including Lockheed Martin and Boeing plan to attend an industry round table with Prince Mohammed on Wednesday, people familiar with the plan said.

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In New York, he'll host a forum for business executives and meet United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

The political and investment news may help the crown prince distance himself from controversy following his decision to detain dozens of princes and members of the kingdom's business elite late previous year in what the government claimed was a crackdown on corruption.

Sources close to the process said the kingdom is increasingly looking to just float the oil giant locally as plans for an initial public offering on an worldwide exchange such as NY or London appear to be receding. Saudi Arabia was accused of attempting to bring down Lebanon's government, which is strongly influenced by Iranian proxy Hezbollah. Stock exchanges in NY and elsewhere are vying for the worldwide listing of Aramco, the Saudi oil behemoth expected to go public soon.

But the severity and secrecy of an anti-corruption crackdown last November, after he was named heir to the throne, has unnerved some investors.

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