British Prime Minister Theresa May will be in Riyadh for a two-days visit during her tour that before led her to Amman. The aim of the visits to these two countries is to build stronger partnership in security, defense and trade. Moreover british ambassador Simon Collis said that bilateral relations between the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia are historic but they will strengthen them due to the Kingdom exit from EU. May will meet King Salman and she will stress the importance of cooperation between the two countries, in particular in counter-terrorism. Concerning the trade, Saudi Arabia is UK’S largest trading partner in the Middle East and the Prime Minister expects to boost already existing bilateral ties. In fine in a statement the Prime Minister May said that for the security and prosperity of the UK is necessary to support Jordan and Saudi Arabia in tackle regional issues to create a more stable region.