The new ruler, King Salman, who was crown prince and a brother of Abdullah, said in a televised address Friday that the kingdom would not change course and would maintain “the correct policies which Saudi Arabia has followed since its establishment.” This month, Salman seemed to endorse the current oil policies in a speech given on behalf of his brother.
The new ruler, King Salman, who was crown prince and a brother of Abdullah, said in a televised address Friday that the kingdom would not change course and would maintain “the correct policies which Saudi Arabia has followed since its establishment.” This month, Salman seemed to endorse the current oil policies in a speech given on behalf of his brother. File photo The Associated Press
The new ruler, King Salman, who was crown prince and a brother of Abdullah, said in a televised address Friday that the kingdom would not change course and would maintain “the correct policies which Saudi Arabia has followed since its establishment.” This month, Salman seemed to endorse the current oil policies in a speech given on behalf of his brother. File photo The Associated Press

New king in Saudi Arabia is unlikely to alter oil policy

January 23, 2015 5:28 PM