Mike Pompeo leaves for seven countries amid the political crisis

Washington: Amid the ongoing political turmoil in America Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo is expected to go on a seven-nation visit. Pompeo’s tour will start on Friday and during this time he will visit France, Turkey, Georgia, Israel, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

Pompeo said in a press conference that there will certainly be talks on different topics in each country, but I’m sure everyone will focus on the Trump administration’s historic efforts for peace and cooperation in the Middle East will be fine. There is no response to this announcement of Pompeo by Joe Biden, who has been elected the new president by the people of the country.

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First France

The US Secretary of State will begin his November 13 23 trip to France. Where he will interact with his French counterpart and French President Emmanuel Macron on topics such as economics, security and terrorism. After Paris, Pompeo will travel to Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss religious issues.

The Abraham Agreement will be discussed

Georgia’s last stop in Europe will be Georgia. Here he will meet the country’s president, prime minister and foreign minister. In addition to this, he also plans to meet some religious leaders. The US Secretary of State will go directly to Israel from Georgia. He will hold a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the Abraham deal.

Last stop Saudi Arabia

Next, he will travel to the United Arab Emirates and meet with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed to discuss cooperation on security and regional issues. The press release said he will also travel to Qatar to discuss bilateral and regional issues, including the importance of the unity of the Gulf countries. Here he will meet Amir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani.

The last stop on Pompeo’s visit will be Saudi Arabia, where he will discuss various issues with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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