Saudi state news agency SPA reported on Friday that the king had called Erdogan to coordinate efforts at the G20 summit on November 21-22. The contract consisted of 143 articles containing important sections, including: The murder trial of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, only made the situation worse. The trial in Turkey is indicted in the absence of Saudi officials, with the kingdom refusing to extradite them. Interpol has issued red complaints for the arrest of 20 people believed to be involved in the murder. Subsequently, the strategy of the „Lausanne II Conference” led to the signing of the „Treaty of Lausanne”, signed on 24 July 1923 at the „Beau Rivage Plus” hotel in Lausanne. Signatories to the treaty include the victorious powers of the First World War (particularly Great Britain, France and Italy) and the Ottoman Empire. Formally, on the basis of this treaty, the Ottoman Empire was divided and the Turkish Republic was founded under the presidency of Mustafa Kamal Ataturk. After the withdrawal of Greek troops in Asia Minor and the expulsion of the Ottoman sultan by the Turkish army under the command of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the Kemalist government of the Turkish National Movement, based in Ankara, rejected the territorial losses caused by the Treaty of Sevres of 1920, previously signed by the Ottoman Empire. Britain had tried to undermine Turkish influence in Mesopotamia and Kirkuk by seeking to create a Kurdish state in eastern Anatolia. Kemalist secular rhetoric has relieved some of the international concerns about the future of Armenians who survived the Armenian genocide in 1915, and support for Kurdish self-determination has also declined.
The Treaty of Lausanne signed in 1923 was part of present-day Turkey in exchange for Turkey`s renunciation of oil-rich Arab countries.  For their part, Turkey and the resurgence of Iran are cynically taking advantage of the smouldering crisis to advance their own agenda: rebuilding military and economic beachheads along the „eastern flank” of the Arabian Peninsula, from Oman to southern Iraq, part of the world from which they were driven out by the Royal Navy in 1917 exactly a hundred years ago. The local chessboard is full of too many enthusiastic players, at a time when many British and American politicians seem to have lost interest in this part of the world: this does not bode well for THE long-term stability of MENA. Saudi Arabia, in response, has threatened to impose sanctions against Turkey, and has conducted discussions with the UAE on the topic of curbing „Turkish expansionist policy.” In exchange, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Saudi Arabia of being un-Islamic and heretical. In addition, Turkey has sent troops to protect the Qatari government from an attempted coup by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.  Relations between Turkey and Saudi Arabia began in 1932, after the creation of the new Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.