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Saudi Arabia’s new king Salman, who took power in January, will not attend the Camp David summit of United States and Allied Arab Leaders. In his absence, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, the interior minister, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, son of Saudi king will attend the summit Adel al-Jubeir foreign minister of Saudi said that Thursday’s summit coincides with a humanitarian ceasefire in the conflict in Yemen, where a coalition of Arab nations is fighting Houthi rebels. US President Barack Obama had planned to meet Saudi king on a day before the summit gathering. New York Times reported that Saudi Kingdom’s decision to skip the summit is the continuous disagreement with Obama government over US dealings with Iran.

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