British newspaper: Bin Salman will be established in the most expensive house in the world bought by France[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Date of release: 2018/4/8 9:58[/rtl] • [rtl]189 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
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The Sunday Telegraph published an article on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's visit to France, likening Prince's palace to the Versailles palace.
Bin Salman is expected to stay at his recently purchased palace and promise the most expensive house in the world during the two-day visit.
The visit comes at the end of a tour that took him through Egypt, Britain and the United States, where he stayed for several weeks.
Bin Salman took with him a number of businessmen during his tour, and signed several economic agreements worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Sunday Telegraph said that as of Saturday evening, the authorities had not announced the agenda of Ben Salman's visit except to mention dinner with French President Emmanuel Macaron on Tuesday night.
It also says that there is strong pressure on the Crockers to prevent the export of arms to the Kingdom because of the violations and crimes committed during the military campaign against Yemen, causing the killing of 10 thousand civilians.
A poll published on the French government's Web site last month found that 75 percent of the French refused to sell arms to Saudi Arabia because of the war in Yemen.