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Washington, Gulf states working on new security pact: Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at a joint news conference at the Chief of Mission Residence in Paris on May 8, 2015, following a meeting with the foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation CouncilUS Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday Washington and Gulf nations were hammering out a new set of security initiatives in the Middle East to be further discussed at a summit next week. Kerry met in Paris with his counterparts from Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia to lay the groundwork for a meeting of their leaders with President Barack Obama on May 13. Washington is keen to allay Gulf fears that the US is increasingly disengaging from a region riven by conflict, and that Iran could still develop a nuclear bomb under a international accord currently being finalised.

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