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The Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has done a lot to Turkey. He calls the country part of a ‘triangle of evil’, alongside Iran and extremist Islamic groups.

Salman spoke with journalists during a visit to Cairo. “The contemporary triangle of evil consists of Iran, Turkey and extremist religious groups,” he said according to the Egyptian newspaper Al-Shorouk.

Saudi Crown Prince thinks Erdogan wants Islamic caliphate

With ‘extremist groups’ he probably refers to the Shiite militia Hezbollah, which is financially supported by Iran – the archrival of the Saudis.

The Saudi successor to the throne accuses the Turkish government under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

‘Conflict with Qatar can take a long time’

Saudi Arabia is deeply distrustful of Erdogan

The quarrel with Qatar can, according to Salman, take a long time. He compared the situation with the American embargo imposed on Cuba sixty years ago, but on a smaller scale: ‘Qatar is smaller than a street in Cairo,’ according to the Saudi crown prince.