The absence of Mohammed bin Salman from the Abu Dhabi summit raises questions among two tweeters

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Social media activists shared pictures of leaders in the Gulf, Jordan and Egypt during the summit in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, on Wednesday.

Activists interacted with the image of the leaders’ meeting, in which the Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, or whoever represents the Kingdom, as well as the Emir of Kuwait or his representative, did not appear at this summit, which raised speculation and questions.

And CNN in Arabic contacted the Saudi authorities to obtain a comment on the questions raised without a response until the writing of this report.

It is noteworthy that Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic advisor to the Emirati President, Mohammed bin Zayed, said that the leaders of the Gulf states, Egypt and Jordan will meet in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, in a statement to CNN, on Wednesday morning, explaining that the meeting is “a continuation of many similar meetings of Arab leaders,” which The most recent one was held in August 2022 on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt.

And the official Emirates News Agency stated in a report, Wednesday: “The leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Egypt and Jordan are attending the brotherly consultative meeting called for by His Highness the President of the State ‘may God protect him’ and to be held in the capital, Abu Dhabi,” adding that “the head of state will discuss with his brothers leaders Brotherly countries, during their brotherly consultative meeting, established brotherly relations and various aspects of cooperation and joint coordination that serve stability and prosperity in the region.


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