Saudi Arabia signs security deals with China
Saudi Arabia and China signed several bilateral agreements in the fields of security and fighting terrorism, according to local reports Monday.
Saudi Interior Minister Prince Naif bin Abdel-Aziz and Chinese Public Security Minister Meng Jianzhu met late Sunday and signed the deals that also included promotion of the exchange of information, visits and personnel training, DPA reported.
"I agree with your suggestions to enhance security cooperation between the two countries, and I agree with you that terrorism is a threat to our countries," said Meng during the meeting.
Meng also met with Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdel-Aziz to discuss issues of mutual interest, as part of his three-day trip to the kingdom.