Saudi Arabia intensifies cooperation with Kurds to spite Turkey and Qatar.
World oil prices surged on reports that two tankers had been attacked in the Gulf of Oman that can escalate crisis in Syria.
According to the source, a conference on the determination of the Kurdish-held areas’ status is expected to be carried out in Northern Syria. The media has not yet confirmed this information, but such a meeting had been long-awaited.
Geneva negotiations head of the Syrian High Negotiations Committee Naser al Hariri has met with Russian President’s Special Envoy to Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev.
Saudi Arabia jointly with Turkey seeks to isolate Kurds in Hasakah province.
The US Administration seeks to unite Arab states in a coalition to curb Iranian influence and establish “a strong shield” against other threats in the region, UAE newspaper The National announced.
Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al Jubeir praises Moscow’s efforts to reach a political settlement in Syria.
Saudi Arabia and Rojava agreed to establish a new force in Syria.
The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are reportedly in talks to possibly have the Syrian Democratic Forces to hand over Raqqa province to Jaysh al-Islam group.
“Our fruitful cooperation with Arab countries is in general secret, but I am confident that relations with them will continue to mature and that this will allow us to enlarge the circle of peace,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated. Netanyahu’s statement comes just days after Israeli Minister of Energy and Water Resources Yuval…