Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman chaired on Tuesday the 15th Joint GCC Defense Council meeting, stressing that the GCC’s ministers of defense should work toward more military cooperation and joint defense, as “ongoing events in the region make it incumbent upon us to cooperate and coordinate our efforts to meet future challenges.”
“We look forward to discussing all topics on the agenda of the meeting and putting it into effect,” the deputy crown prince said.
“We also look forward to discussing the outcome of the Camp David meeting, which included strengthening the military and security strategic partnership with the United States for more stability in the Gulf region,” he said.
The 15th Joint GCC Defense Council meeting was attended by heads of delegations of the GCC countries, including UAE Minister of State for Defense Affairs Mohammed Al-Bowardi, Minister of Defense of Bahrain Lt. Gen. Yusuf bin Ahmed Al-Jalahma, Minister Responsible for Defense Affairs of Oman Sayyid Badr Saud Al Busaidi, Qatar’s Minister of State for Defense Affairs Dr. Khalid Al-Attiyah and Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah. -Arab news