We’re more than 90 percent in agreement with all the Biden administration in regards to Saudi and U.S. pursuits and we’re working to strengthen those pursuits,” the prince said. Saudi crown prince: Just few differences with Biden administration The kingdom’s de facto ruler also said Saudi Arabia wouldn’t take any strain or interference in its internal affairs.

“The things we disagree on signify less than 10 percent and we’re working to find answers and understandings… there’s not any doubt that the United States is a strategic partner,” he added. Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in comments aired on Tuesday the United States was a tactical partner and Riyadh had just several differences with the Biden administration that it had been working to solve.

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President Joe Biden, who’s said that he would only talk with his Saudi counterpart King Salman, has taken a tougher stance with Riyadh on its own human rights record and the Yemen war compared to predecessor Donald Trump, who had strong ties with Prince Mohammed.