Anti-ISIS coalition top brass begin talks in Saudi Arabia
Military chiefs from at least 26 members of the anti-ISIS coalition began talks in Saudi Arabia
Military chiefs of staff from 26 members of the coalition battling the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) began talks in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The SPA said the conference, the fifth of its kind, would take place over a period of two days and aims to discuss “the latest developments in the region aiming to reach measures serving international and regional security.”
The four previous conferences were held in Jordan, France, Germany and the United States.
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