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The development comes close on heels of India seeking UK's help in early extradition of liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya from Britain.
Salman's address to the kingdom's Consultative Council came as the world's main pan-Islamic body held an emergency summit in Istanbul.
Britain could remain closely aligned with the rules of the EU's single market under its initial withdrawal deal with Brussels, a move that has critics worried about heading towards a soft Brexit.
Mahmud Abbas will refuse to meet US Vice President following Washington's controversial policy shift on Jerusalem, an Abbas aide said, as protests gripped the Palestinian territories for a third day.
In a statement, Prime Minister Saad Hariri said the visit took place six days ago and was a 'violation of Lebanese laws', without specifying further.
Demonstrators at the protests vented their anger at the unilateral decision which has sparked widespread international criticism.
Jeffrey Feltman visit comes less than a week after North Korea test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile believed capable of reaching the United States.
President Donald Trump faces a key decision this week over Jerusalem's status, potentially reversing years of US policy and prompting a furious response from the Palestinians and the Arab world.
Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that US President Donald Trump has a "historic opportunity" as he weighs whether to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Jens Stoltenberg insisted that a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels would not be distracted by doubts over Tillerson's future.
A Brexit deal when British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker meet in Brussels on Monday is 'difficult but doable', diplomats and officials said.
Mahmud Abbas was holding a series of phone calls with world leaders to "explain the dangers of any decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem or recognise (Jerusalem) as Israel's capital
The senior leader said Modi "is only busy with frequent foreign tours. He cannot stop cross-border terrorism from Pakistan. China is exporting its goods to India, but they do not import from India."
May had promised to raise concerns over Yemen where a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia has only partially lifted a crippling aid blockade.
An air services agreement and another pact on cooperation in the field of new and renewable energy were signed after the talks.