Arab leaders revolt against Iran nuclear deal

Gulf nations along with Saudi Arabia have made it clear that they will also purse a nuclear weapons program to offset Iran’s, fuelling what the world fears, an arms

Arab leaders revolt against Iran nuclear deal

World Bulletin / News Desk

Saudi Arabia has put forward suggestions that it will whatever necessary to match the research and amassing of nuclear arsenal of Iran.

In an article in the New York Times, one Arab leader has said that, "We can’t sit back and be nowhere as Iran is allowed to retain much of its capability and amass its research,”.

President Barack Obama will seek to convince Gulf allies including Saudi Arabia on Thursday that the United States is committed to their security despite deep concern among Arab leaders about U.S. efforts to broker a nuclear deal with Iran.

During a rare, high-profile summit at the Camp David presidential retreat in MarylandObama will meet with representatives from Saudi ArabiaKuwaitQatarBahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Oman, all members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, to discuss security cooperation.

Tension over U.S. policy toward TehranSyria and the Arab Spring uprisings will loom over the meetings, which have already been overshadowed by some countries' decisions to send lower-level leaders.

Saudi King Salman pulled out, sending Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef and Deputy Crown PrinceMohammed bin Salman instead.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 14 Mayıs 2015, 15:41