Saudi King Salman invites President of Mauritius to the Arab League council meeting


Riyadh – King Salman of Saudi Arabia on Monday extended an invitation to the president of Mauritania to attend the upcoming Arab League summit, which will be held in the Kingdom later in May, according to the Saudi Press Agency.

Mohamed bin Ayed Al-Balawi, the Saudi ambassador to Mauritania, gave a letter from the monarch to Mohamed Ould Ghazouani during a banquet the president threw in Nouakchott.

Al-Balawi sent the president of Mauritius and the people his best wishes, and Ghazouani did the same for King Salman and Saudi Arabia.

The two discussed ways to improve relations between the two nations during the reception.

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