Growing Gulf resentment for the US amid Ukraine crisis: Israeli media
The only solution is Biden's end-of-term.
Israeli media has published information about high-ranking Saudi sources explaining "Gulf discontent with US President Joe Biden's administration", indicating that the solution to the current situation is "Biden's term to end."
Commentator on Arab affairs for Israeli channel Kan, Roi Kais, when asked about "dangerous information that sources in Saudi Arabia" revealed against Biden, replied that there is a "continuing crisis between the Biden administration and Saudi Arabia, and that the crisis has intensified against the background of the [Russian] military operation" in Ukraine.
Kais added that the American side expects the Saudis, despite the dispute between Washington and Riyadh, to respond to their requests to pump more oil to ease the rise of oil prices in the global energy market - but, the Saudis do not want that.
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He continued to explain that senior sources in the Saudi royal family spoke with the channel that evening, and "strongly condemned the Biden administration," and told them that there seems to be no practical solution to the 'crisis of confidence' between the two sides except the Biden's term to end - no less, no more.
Kais pointed out that the Saudi sources attacked the Democratic party in the US, which is trying to "dictate things to them, impose agendas, and interfere in matters related to human rights."
"Regarding Washington's request from Saudi Arabia to increase oil production, the sources from Riyadh told us how the Biden administration could go against us in Yemen, remove the IRGC from their list of terrorism, stop selling us weapons, and therefore expect us to comply with every request. It doesn't go that way," he said.
However, the disappointment does not stop in Riyadh, but also stretches onto other countries in the Gulf region, "from the actions of the Biden administration in the region."