Prince Naif: Unrest in Arab World Distressing

Saudi Gazette07.10.2011 KSA
Prince Naif: Unrest in Arab World Distressing

Prince Naif: Unrest in Arab World Distressing

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The Kingdom is distressed over the current wave of unrest sweeping the Arab World, Prince Naif Bin Abdul Aziz, Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, said.

The Kingdom, he said, is exerting all its efforts to weaken the impact of these disturbing events.


This came during talks between Prince Naif and Dr. Viktor Orban, visiting Hungarian Prime Minister to Riyadh.

Prince Naif reiterated that the Kingdom has always sought peace around the world and wished for stability for all countries.

Despite all odds, Prince Naif said, the Kingdom enjoys a stable security and it guarantees its citizens the right to live freely with no restrictions on their movements.

Appreciating the progress and prosperity achieved by Hungary since its independence, Prince Naif said the Kingdom looks forward to useful and good relations with it in all fields in the interests of both countries based on trust, respect and satisfaction for the two sides.

The Kingdom, Prince Naif said, appreciates Hungary’s policies and its relations with Arab countries and its desire to develop these relations.

Dr. Orban expressed his appreciation for the great and important role played by Saudi Arabia in supporting stability in the region. “We also appreciate the efforts made by the Kingdom to preserve Islamic identity and traditions,” he said.

Hungary, he said, rejects the policies that support clashes between followers of different religions and civilizations and supports policies based on dialogue and tolerance. He expressed his happiness over the Kingdom’s progress and prosperity.

Source: Saudi Gazette


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