WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden spoke with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Thursday, emphasizing the importance of human rights and vowing to make the relationship between the two countries stronger and more transparent, the US said. White House. Biden “affirmed the importance the United States attaches to universal human rights and the rule of law,” and the two leaders discussed the United States’ commitment to help Saudi Arabia defend itself from attacks by Iran-aligned groups, the House said. White.
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