Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a meeting, on Tuesday, with Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who and his accompanying delegation arrived in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, on Monday, reports the Arab News.

The official Saudi Press Agency reported that “during the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations, aspects of cooperation and opportunities for strengthening it in various fields, in addition to discussing developments in the region.”

After the meeting, the Saudi crown prince and the Malaysian prime minister witnessed the signing of 3 agreements between the two countries, signed on the Saudi side by Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah, while on the Malaysian side, Minister of Foreign Affairs Hishamuddin bin Hussein signed on the Malaysian side.

The first agreement included the minutes of the establishment of the Saudi-Malaysian Coordination Council, while the second was an agreement in the field of the arrival of pilgrims and Umrah performers, and the third was a memorandum of understanding in the field of Islamic affairs, according to the Saudi Press Agency.

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