Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef to lead Camp David delegation

Monday 11th May 2015
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef will lead Saudi Arabia’s delegation to the Camp David Summit on May 14.

In a statement released by the SPA on Sunday, Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said the Crown Prince will be representing the KSA at the Summit, as King Salman would be unable to accept President Obama’s invitation due to domestic engagements.

President Obama sent invitations to the member states of the GCC to attend the May 13-14 summit after Iran and six world powers reached a framework nuclear agreement last month.

GCC leaders will be looking for solid commitments on security from the US and President Obama, while the US is looking to increase weapon sales to the region and renew its call for a coordinated missile defence system.


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