In pictures: British PM arrives in Saudi Arabia

Theresa May is hoping to tap the oil-rich kingdom's 'immense potential'
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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior, meets with British Prime Minister Theresa May. (Image: spa)
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Saudi Arabia is Britain's largest trading partner in the Middle East, with exports of more than £6.5 billion in British goods and services to the country in 2015. (Image: spa)
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Facing criticism at home and calls to raise rights issues with Saudi leaders, May insisted she had no problem talking about "hard issues" on foreign visits. (Image: spa)
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They reviewed bilateral relations between the two countries and discussed ways of enhancing them in all fields. (Image: spa)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May (L) is escorted by Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan, upon their arrival to Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) in the capital Riyadh on April 4, 2017. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May (L) is escorted by Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan (unseen), upon their arrival to Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) in the capital Riyadh. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May (R) attends a meeting with Sarah al-Suhaimi, CEO of the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) at the exchange in the capital Riyadh. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)
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British Prime Minister Theresa May (C-R) attends a meeting with Xavier Roleta (C-L), CEO of the London Stock Exchange, and with Sarah al-Suhaimi (C), CEO of the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) at the exchange in the capital Riyadh. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Sign showing the name of the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) outside the exchange building. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)