Saudi Arabia is not treating US defence fairly, Donald Trump said

Saudi Arabia is not treating US defence fairly, Donald Trump said


US President Donald Trump revealed that the coalition country Saudi Arabia is not treating US fairly, as he said US is bearing a heavy amount for the defence of Saudi state.

In an interview to Reuters Donald Trump said that the possible visit of Saudi and Israel in May are under discussion. Donald Trump on 25th May is going for his very first foreign visit after his presidency, to attend the NATO conference in Brussels.

Donald Trump in his interview said “Frankly, Saudi Arabia has not treated us fairly, because we are losing a tremendous amount of money in defending Saudi Arabia.”

“Nobody’s going to mess with Saudi Arabia because we’re watching them,” Trump during his election campaign rally said, in Wisconsin a year ago. “They’re not paying us a fair price. We’re losing our shirt.”

Meanwhile the Saudi foreign minister Adil Al Jabir in an answer of Trump’s past statement of 2016 said that Saudi Arabia being a coalition force is fulfilling its requirements it self.

US is the country that is providing the most facilities to Saudi for its defensive purposes, as during past few years Saudi Arabia got the F 15 fighter jets, and control and command system as well, which costs billions of Dollars.

As the US- Saudi relations runs from a much long time, Saudia is the largest exporter of oil, meanwhile US is the biggest buyer of oil from Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Royal King Salman last month meet the US President which was told as an important meeting between the two leaders.

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