U.S. President Obama stands next to Vice President Biden as he discusses unemployment, in the East Room of the White House in WashingtonThe White Home said on Monday that President Barack Obama will go back and forth to Saudi Arabia in March to satisfy with King Abdullah to talk about a range of security concerns within the Heart East which have brought about some strains within the bilateral relationship. The uncommon talk over with, which comes at the end of an Obama shuttle to the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy, will embrace discussions about "Gulf and regional security, peace in the Center East, countering violent extremism, and other problems with prosperity and safety," the White Home said in a observation. King Abdullah met Secretary of State John Kerry in November and discussed considerations in regards to the unwillingness of the United State to intervene in Syria and up to date overtures to its arch-rival, Iran. Saudi Arabia turned down a seat on the United Nations Security Council in October, in a show of anger on the failure of the world group to finish the warfare in Syria.