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Kerry wants 'clearer defence arrangement' with Gulf to fight terror

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the NATO foreign ministers' meeting in Antalya, Turkey, on May 13, 2015US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday said NATO member states wanted to see a clearer defence agreement with Gulf Arab states to fight terror, ahead of summit with Gulf leaders to be hosted by President Barack Obama. “I think all of the member states feel very strongly that defining a… clearer defence arrangement between the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) and other friendly countries and the United States is going to be critical to helping them push back against terrorism,” he said at a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Turkey. Kerry’s statement appeared to indicate support for a more formal defence accord between NATO and Gulf states to fight terror, at a time of unusual tensions between some Arabian peninsula states and the US.

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