According to Biden, criticism is not pleasant, but accountability and the rule of law are the biggest ways to promote justice and prosperity.
That's the question that President Joe Biden is trying to answer in the affirmative as he wraps up his four-day visit to the Middle East on Saturday with meetings in Saudi Arabia -
Biden insists that criticism is unpleasant, while accountability and the rule of law are the best tools to advance justice and prosperity.
On the other hand, American voters are probably more curious in whether he was successful in persuading the oil-rich kingdom to assist in lowering petrol prices.
Biden noted on Friday that the OPEC+ group of oil-producing countries recently increased output, even though no concrete agreement had been reached.
Yemen's civil war is a proxy conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran that has sparked one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in history. Saudi Arabia agreed to extend the cease-fire.
In his discussion with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Friday, Biden claimed that the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a writer living in the United States who worked for the Washington Post,
According to intelligence, the crown prince gave his approval to Khashoggi's murder four years ago. The prince, according to Biden, said he wasn't accountable personally.