Saudi Arabia has recently sent a significant signal concerning the establishment of a ‘New Middle East’, perfectly in line with all our anticipations for this world region. Let’s take a look at this move.
At the beginning of March, Mohammed Ben Salman (aka MBS) visited Egypt as part of his first official visit abroad since his appointment as Crown Prince of the Kingdom last June. As everyone knows, the Governor Al-Sisi’s Egypt is a Saudi protectorate. Moreover, the instructions given by the Egyptian presidency allowed MBS to be welcomed in Cairo with banners like ‘Welcome to your second country’. It couldn’t have been more obvious.
During this visit, two important events occurred:
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