The President of the United States, Joe Biden, participated in a summit of leaders of nine countries from the Middle East in Saudi Arabia. The meeting with the US President was attended by the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, the UAE, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq. The politician admitted that his country would actively participate in the Middle East.

Joe Biden said the United States will remain an active and committed partner in the Middle East.

Joe Biden’s appeal to the leaders of the Middle East countries

The politician also appealed to leaders from the Middle East. He recognized the need to respect human rights more. He added that they should guarantee their citizens the opportunity to criticize the government “without fear of possible reprisals.”

The future will be won by states that allow them to fully develop the potential of their societies, Biden said.

Joe Biden has said explicitly that the United States will prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons. The US president also said he was proud to have ended “an era of ground wars in the region involving large numbers of US troops.”

In Israel, the country he visited for the first time, he, in turn, said that he would involve his administration in “attempts to bring Israel and the Palestinians closer.” In his opinion, these “deserve their independent and sovereign state.”

Karolina Sopusica, journalist at