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Saudi Arabia

Asked to comment on what the Prime Minister would be talking to the King of Saudi Arabia about and would that include human rights violations, the PMS replied that he could not say anything in advance of the meeting. Obviously Saudi Arabia was a very important ally and one of Britain’s most important international partners. The Government wanted to have a constructive relationship with the Saudi’s who were an important partner in cooperation in the fight against terrorism and it was important that the UK continued to engage with them.

Asked when the Prime Minister last visited Saudi Arabia, the PMS said he was not sure if the Prime Minister had visited Saudi Arabia but would check for people.

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