Saturday, 20 May 2017

Trump to sell arms to Saudi Arabia worth 7 billion rupees


US President Donald Trumpet on the domestic front reached Saudi Arabia on the first foreign trip on Friday. During this time, he will deal with the sale of weapons worth $ 110 billion (7090 crore) from Saudi Arabia.
Since Trump has become a US President, his team is focused on relations with Russia. Trump is facing allegations of pressure on FBI director James Kome to stop the investigation itself. Trump reached Riyadh with his wife Melania, daughter Ewanka and son-in-law Jered Kushner, where he was received a grand reception at the airport. Saudi ruler Qul Salman himself came to receive him.

Melania looked without hijab

Melania came out of the Air Force One without any head cover, like other foreign celebrities. There is a tradition of covering women in Saudi Arabia. Trump is the first US president, who has chosen a Muslim country for the first foreign trip.

Trump's son-in-law interfered in Saudi deal

Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, had called a Lockheed Martin official to reduce the cost of a deal worth billions of dollars from Saudi Arabia. The New York Times disclosed this in a report.
According to the report, when Kushanar came to know that Saudi Arabia could withdraw from purchasing this system due to high costs, then he called Lockheed Martin's CEO Marilyn A. Hughes. He asked Hueson if the company could reduce the price. On this, Husson talked about re-thinking on prices. This interference from the Kushanar has strengthened the allegations on the Trump administration that their administration is ignoring formal procedures in functioning.

Obama tried to create a disturbed relationship

During Barack Obama's reign, relations between the US and Saudi were worsened. Obama had refused to help Saudi in the military campaign of Yemen as he entered into a nuclear deal with Iran. Obama's refusal to support Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak's coup and direct action against Bashar al-Assad also did not come right to the Saudi rulers.

Attempts to improve relations with Muslim countries

After campaigning and becoming President, Trump, who is targeting Muslims and Muslim countries in the matter of terrorism, is trying to improve relations with Islamic countries through Riyadh Yatra. Saudi Arabia is the most powerful country in the Middle East and is the leader of Sunni factional nations. After the killing of thousands of civilians in the Saudi military campaign, the leaders of Shia-dominated countries have been aggressive against Iran.

Visit to Israel, Italy, and Belgium in a 10-day tour

Trump is to address 14 representatives of Muslim countries on May 21
$ 50 billion deal will be in Saudi Aramco and American companies
06 countries will also participate in the Conference of Gulf Cooperation Council.
US president will also attend Arab-NATO cooperation conference
Arms deals
Missile defense system thod
Fighter aircraft F-35
State-of-the-art tank

Advanced warship
                                                                          ---Sushmita Jha

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