RIYADH - Saudi Arabia's frustration at international inaction over Syria
and the Palestinians led it to cancel its speech at the United Nations
General Assembly for the first time ever this week, a diplomatic source
Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal had been scheduled to deliver an address to the general assembly on Tuesday afternoon.
Saudi decision... reflects the kingdom's dissatisfaction with the
position of the UN. on Arab and Islamic issues, particularly the issue
of Palestine that the UN has not been able to solve in more than 60
years, as well as the Syrian crisis," said the source.