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president obama hosts his suny gulf allies that can , david of top officials from saudi arabia kuwait qatar and bahrain as well as the united arab emirates and oman i am reaffirming our ironclad commitment to the security of our golf partners , including the potential use , a military force reuters white house correspondent jeff mason is at the summit camp david is an unusual place to have a summit it's very high profile , it's the president's rich , he doesn't come , i came here today to reassure gulf states , u. s. efforts to create a nuclear deal with a , will not affect their security the focus how to modernize and deepen security cooperation amid fears of iran running amok if stringent sanctions are lifted in the wake of a nuclear deal , will help our gulf partners improve their own capacity to defend themselves , we work together to develop an integrated , defense capability against ballistic missiles including an early warning system , and we will work toward the development of rapid response capabilities adding to the sense of urgency thursday u. s. officials tell reuters a ron's navy fired warning shots over a singapore flagged cargo vessel in international waters just weeks after iran detained another cargo ship in a similar incident in the strait of hormuz this makes gulf states nervous notably powerhouse saudi arabia at the last minute saudi arabia's king solomon pulled out of the meeting sending his crown prince instead and the top leaders of the u. a. e. and bahrain also bowed out signaling discontent with u. s. policy the u. s. hopes its plan for a new missile defense shield and increased joint military exercises can reassure golf leaders and get them in washington back on