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August, 16

Jeddah Security Summit Kicks Off In Saudi Arabia

Speaking at a Jeddah Security and Development Summit on Saturday, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stressed the need for coordinated measures to assist the world economy and warned that adopting irrational energy policies would only cause inflation.

Six GCC nations, together with Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq (collectively referred to as GCC+3), participated in the meeting hosted by Saudi Arabia, which began on Saturday.

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The regional summit was attended by US Vice President Joe Biden and other US representatives who arrived in the Kingdom on Friday.

In his opening remarks, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent congratulations from King Salman and best wishes for the summit’s success, noting that it is taking place at a time when the world is confronting enormous challenges.

Reuters

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Speaking at a Jeddah Security and Development Summit on Saturday, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stressed the need for coordinated measures to assist the world economy and warned that adopting irrational energy policies would only cause inflation.

Six GCC nations, together with Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq (collectively referred to as GCC+3), participated in the meeting hosted by Saudi Arabia, which began on Saturday.

READ MORE: Morocco Arrests 25 Suspected Of Planning Illegal Crossing

The regional summit was attended by US Vice President Joe Biden and other US representatives who arrived in the Kingdom on Friday.

In his opening remarks, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent congratulations from King Salman and best wishes for the summit’s success, noting that it is taking place at a time when the world is confronting enormous challenges.

Reuters

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