Deputy crown prince arrives in US for meeting to combat Daesh

Deputy crown prince arrives in US for meeting to combat Daesh
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the meeting. (SPA)
Updated 20 July 2016

Deputy crown prince arrives in US for meeting to combat Daesh

Deputy crown prince arrives in US for meeting to combat Daesh

JEDDAH: Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in the US on Wednesday to lead the Saudi delegation at a military summit aimed at tackling the Daesh terror group.
The deputy crown prince arrived at a military base in Maryland where the second meeting of the international alliance to fight Daesh is being hosted.
The meeting will discuss the progress of the alliance's military work in fighting Daesh as well as a number of related issues.
The official delegation accompanying the Deputy Crown Prince included Adviser at the Royal Court Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa, Adviser at the Royal Court and General Supervisor of the Office of Defense Minister Fahd Al-Issa, Adviser at the Royal Court Raafat Al-Sabbagh, the Chief of General Staff, General Abdulrahman Al-Bunyan, and Military Adviser to the Defense Minister Major General Ahmed Asiri.
The delegation also included Adviser at the Royal Court Dr. Azzam Al-Dakhil, Adviser at the Cabinet's Secretariat Ahmed Al-Khatib, and Saudi Ambassador to Iraq Thamer Al-Sabhan.