DirectRooms – Challenges to the Gulf's regional security are examined in Bahrain

November 14, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment News
The 7th International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) Regional Security Summit: The Manama Dialogue will feature the heads of state from more than 20 different countries who will be debating the most important security issues affecting each nation.

Along with the host nation countries participating in the event include Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran and Yemen along with external countries such as the USA, UK, China and Russia that have security relationships with the region.

The conference will be attended by a number of different members including foreign ministers, intelligence chiefs and defense ministers to give a rounded viewpoint of security agencies from each of the member states.

The summit will take place from 3rd to 5th December 2010 and topics being addressed at this year's event will include what role the USA has to play in regional security as well as a special discussion on how security can be improved in Yemen in the future.

With hundreds of government officials attending from the different countries hotels in Bahrain will be getting taken over as delegates head to the event.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at commented: "The summit is one of the most important security meetings for the whole region. Governments send multiple ministers and officials to hear the latest developments from the areas and to take part in discussions. Hotels will be fully booked so visitors should search online to check the availability of places before travelling."