Saudi King Salman returned back to Riyadh on Tuesday after leading the kingdom’s delegation at the G20 Summit in Turkey, the state-owned Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The Saudi delegation included Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, who is also second deputy premier and minister of defense, and ministers of finance, state, economy and planning, commerce, industry and information.
The summit in the Turkish resort of Antalya brought together most of world’s most powerful leaders soon after the Paris attacks on Friday. Discussions at the summit focused on bringing an end to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group, who claimed the attacks on the French capital.
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