King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud telephoned US President Donald Trump and expressed deep sorrow and grief over the Pensacola Navy base shooting.
On Friday, a Saudi Air Force second lieutenant opened fire and killed three people and wounded eight others at a U.S. Navy base in Florida where he was training.
King Salman offered commiserations to Donald Trump and the family of the deceased, and expressed best wishes for the injured to recover soon.
Saudi King be certain of that this heinous crime does not in any way represent the Saudi people who have a respect for the American people in their hearts.
In a conversation with Trump, Shah Salman made it clear that Saudi Arabia is standing with the United States, and instructions have been issued to Saudi security agencies to collaborate with the relevant US Officialdoms to find the cause of the tragic incident.