Saudi Crown Prince won’t attend the summit in Algeria

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman would not attend the Arab League summit due to the medical advice, the royal court confirmed.   

The Saudi Crown Prince will not travel to Algeria next month to attend the summit due to the advice of the doctors.

In the statement, the royal court said, Doctors had advised the Prince Mohammad, to avoid the long flights that might affect his middle ear, it has not previously stated that the Crown Prince, had ear problems.

As per reports the Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud to head the delegation to the conference.

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