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Sullivan’s injury canceled his trip to Riyadh

The White House announced that US national security adviser Jake Sullivan postponed his plans to travel to Saudi Arabia due to a minor injury.

Sullivan was scheduled to speak with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman amid pressure from the United States to make progress toward normalizing relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia.

On Wednesday, White House spokesman John Kirby told reporters without giving details: Sullivan’s injury, which is a cracked rib, has affected his ability to travel to Saudi Arabia. However, this was a minor incident and was not caused by anyone. This injury was not the result of a malicious act.
John Kirby said Sullivan was “eager” to reschedule the trip, according to Reuters. However, he did not provide a new date.

Discussions related to the normalization of relations between Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime were stopped after the October 7 attack, but the consultations have resumed in recent months. As part of a compromise deal, Saudi Arabia wants to sign a mutual defense pact with Washington and support its civilian nuclear program.

Biden’s government is involved in sensitive negotiations with the Saudis with the alleged goal of “establishing sustainable peace in the West Asia”, which is based on the diplomatic relations between the Zionist regime and a number of Arab countries, which were established in the Trump administration. If Biden can reach a tripartite agreement – which would likely include a Saudi-Israeli peace deal, Tel Aviv’s commitment to a two-state solution, a US-Saudi defense treaty, and a US-Saudi understanding on Saudi Arabia’s civilian nuclear program – He needs the support of two-thirds of the senators to approve the US-Saudi treaty.

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