Lavrov goes to Saudi Arabia to discuss situation in Syria, Iraq

Once Saudi falls out of the Petro Dollar scam its game over for the US.

What if he went there to smooth over relationships so that a consensus on not using the dollar could be announced? Now you know China would have a hand in the discussions or at least arranging them so their hands remain clean. Face is everything in their culture.

The day the Saudis say they accept other currency is a dark day for the dollar and America.

Is anyone at home watching and understanding the big picture? These moves are not isolated or random, but planned. America selling crude is a feeble attempt at the obvious problem.

It is a time to set America free from a ship of fools.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov       © EPA/SERGEI CHIRIKOV

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Saudi counterpart Saud al-Faisal will discuss matters of ensuring security in the Gulf

ITAR-TASS News Agency
20 June 2014

MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov travels to Saudi Arabia Friday to discuss the situation in Syria and Iraq, an Russian Foreign Ministry official said.

"Lavrov will visit Jeddah at the invitation of Saud al-Faisal, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, for talks with members of the Saudi leadership," the official noted.

"During the forthcoming meetings, they plan to discuss the situation in Syria and around it, the state of affairs in Iraq, matters of ensuring security in the Gulf, as well as topical aspects of Russian-Saudi interaction, including a political dialogue and cooperation in the trade-and-economic sphere," the official added.

Russia and Saudi Arabia are engaged in an active dialogue in various spheres. On June 3, al-Faisal visited Sochi where he met with Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Lavrov. On June 9, Lavrov and al-Faisal had a telephone conversation on the initiative of the Saudi side. They discussed efforts towards settling the crisis in Syria and other conflict situations in the region.

The two countries also develop economic cooperation, including in the energy sphere. On June 18, Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed on a draft intergovernmental framework agreement on cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy and subsequent steps in preparing the agreement for signature.

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