Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, fueled by conflicts in Yemen and Syria, have strained the two countries’ relations.
However, a potential shift has emerged with the signing of the Beijing agreement on 10/3/2023, brokered by China.
The agreement aims to de-escalate tensions and foster dialogue on various fronts.
The Beijing agreement had ripple effects on the relations between Riyadh and its allies, specifically the U.S., the UAE, and Qatar.
Tactical Report has prepared a special report (2248 words) that highlights the following:
- Saudi view of the agreement
- The Beijing agreement’s developments and challenges
- Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz’s efforts to combat these challenges
- The different stances of the U.S., the UAE, and Qatar toward the agreement
Our special report also highlights the Saudi public’s opinion and the general stance of the Al Saud ruling family toward the agreement amid Crown Prince Mohammad’s efforts to resolve regional conflicts.