Oman sultan arrives in Saudi Arabia July 11, 2021 Oman’s sultan arrived in Saudi Arabia to meet with the Saudi king, starting the first visit by an Oman ruler in years in efforts to end the war in Yemen.
Sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said landed in Neom, a futuristic desert city planned along the kingdom’s Red Sea coast. Saudi Arabia powerful crown prince MbS - Mohammed bin Salman, greeted him on the tarmac and guided him down a long lavender carpet for palace meetings as regional tensions simmer and his government faces growing stress at home. trends.gab.com/item/60eaede9335c20479d1654b6
🚢 Hijackers have left vessel off UAE coast Aug 4, 2021 The vessel is safe. The British navy says hijackers who boarded a vessel off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Gulf of Oman have left the ship. The Gulf of Oman is near the narrow Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf
At one point 6 oil tankers off the coast of Fujairah UAE were ''not under command.'' Iran believed to have seized the tanker. UK Maritime Ops warned of hijack the night before. The group reported that the incident is complete. 🐸 🐸
This situation has been rapidly changing for days. Several ships involved. This could be simply fake news, FF - or Special Ops neutralized the pirates. There is LOTS more we will never know. SpOps is my guess, hence frogs
Hijack on Vessels in Gulf of Oman Aug 3, 2021 Prof Sal gives a very good report youtu.be/231vOBwdJ4Y
🐫 Saudi, UAE leaders refuse Biden’s phone calls Mar 9, 2022 Strained relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, UAE could impact American oil supply. Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates leaders are not taking U.S. President Joe Biden’s phone calls. They refuse to boost oil exports. Both Prince Mohammed and Sheikh Mohammed did take calls from Russian President Vladimir Putin last week allarab.news/saudi-emirati-leaders-refuse-bidens-phone-calls-as-us-bans-russian-energy-imports/
Saudi Arabia and Iran to restore ties March 11, 2023 THIS is a BIG DEAL! Iran and Saudi Arabia have been at war for years! After 7 years of tension, Riyadh and Tehran will reopen embassies and revive a 2001 security agreement. www.rt.com/news/572766-saudi-iran-relations-deal/