US-Gulf summit opens in Saudi capital



A U.S.- Gulf summit opened in Saudi capital Riyadh on Sunday on the second day of U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to the oil-rich kingdom. 

The meeting is attended by pioneers of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, the Crown Sovereign of Abu Dhabi and Oman's representative executive. 

Iran's affirmed impedance in the Gulf affairs, the Yemeni clash and against anti-terrorism cooperation are relied upon to figure high on the plan of the summit. 

Trump is planned to hold a summit with leaders and delegates of 55 Bedouin and Islamic nations later in the day. 

Trump touched base in Saudi Arabia on Saturday on his first presidential excursion abroad. 

On the main day of Trump's visit, Washington and Riyadh concurred on an arms bargain worth nearly $110 billion "to bolster Saudi Arabia's protection needs, as indicated by the U.S. State Division.

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