Last Sunday, a White House official stated to CNN that Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, along with Deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell, and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt arrived to Saudi Arabia last week to further discuss peace talks concerning the Middle East.
They supposedly flew on Wednesday and returned back on Saturday evening. However, why Kushner went to visit remains a mystery.
This is Kushner’s third time visiting KSA, ever since Trump’s Inauguration Day on January 8. The first visit was in May with the presidential delegation in which the US president sold a $110 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia — with Kushner playing a big role between the two parties. The second visit happened during a Middle East tour which was in late August; it aimed to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Kushner has, as well, been in contact with officials of Israel, the Palestinian Authority, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan.