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Saudi, German officials discuss foreign relations, human rights

Sun, 2021-10-03 23:03

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir on Sunday held talks with Miguel Berger, state secretary of the German Federal Foreign Office, in the capital, Riyadh, to discuss bilateral relations and ways to develop them.
They also discussed regional and international developments of common interest.

Thank you Minister of State @AdelAlJubeir for the intensive exchange and tour d’horizon on regional affairs and bilateral ties at @KSAMOFA – Shukran! @GermanyinKSA pic.twitter.com/DZxePsrn87

— Miguel Berger (@MiguelBergerAA) October 3, 2021

Berger also met with President of the Human Rights Commission, Dr. Awwad bin Saleh Al-Awwad to discuss aspects of cooperation in the human rights field and ways to enhance them.
Al-Awwad reviewed the developments that the Kingdom is witnessing in support of human rights, which resulted in more than 90 human rights reform decisions.
He said that the Kingdom has sought to protect and promote human rights internationally, and has fulfilled the obligations to which it has become a party.
He added that this major shift in the Kingdom’s reform policy was part of the Vision 2030.

It was a pleasure to meet again with @AwwadSAlawwad, President of @HRCSaudi_EN to follow up on the Human Rights Dialogue. Discussed progress, e.g. in the field of womens‘ rights and remaining challenges. pic.twitter.com/V7n9gm8Yjm

— Miguel Berger (@MiguelBergerAA) October 3, 2021



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