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UK PM Truss thanks Saudi Crown Prince for role in release of British detainees

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LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Liz Truss has thanked Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his “personal role” in securing the release of five British detainees held by Russia-backed forces in Ukraine last week, her office said on Monday.

In a statement issued after Truss’ first call with the Saudi crown prince since she took office, a spokesperson also said she “offered the UK’s continued support and encouragement for progress in Saudi Arabia’s domestic reforms.”


(Reporting by Farouq Suleiman, Editing by William James)


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