WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President Donald Trump will give a noteworthy discourse on the Islamic confidence amid his up and coming visit to Saudi Arabia, home to the religion s holiest places of worship, the White House said Tuesday.
“He will meet and eat with pioneers of more than 50 Muslim nations, where he will convey a motivating, guide discourse on the need to defy radical philosophy and the president s seeks after a serene vision of Islam,” National Security Advisor HR McMaster told correspondents.
Saudi King Salman likewise communicated any desire for a “memorable” summit which will be hung on Sunday amongst Arab and Muslim countries and US President Donald Trump will upgrade ties and advance resilience.
The summit will be one of three gatherings held amid a visit by Trump, who is making Saudi Arabia his first abroad stop since expecting office in January.
Alongside the six-country Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), no less than 18 other Muslim countries have been welcome to the summit, including Pakistan, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Niger and Indonesia, which has the world s biggest Muslim populace.