Crown Prince Brings Counterterrorism Message to United Nations

Crown Prince Mohammad bin Naif, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, told the 71st session of the General Assembly of the United Nations on Sept. 21 that defeating terrorism is a priority for Saudi Arabia, which "has been among the primary victims of terrorism" going back many years.

Prince Mohammad said that the Kingdom has been the target of more than 100 terrorist operations since 1992, "including 18 carried out by elements with links to 'a regional country.'"

The Crown Prince said that the Kingdom has "exerted strenuous bring about peace and lay the foundations for security and stability since joining the organization, not just in our region, but also all over the world."