Meaning of would: Saudi Arabia says it would be keen to attend an Arab-Israeli...

Saudi Arabia says it would be keen to attend an Arab-Israeli peace conference proposed by the United States.

What does “would” mean here.Does It tell past or present or future?

Someone can explain this ?

Thanks…

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Your question has been handled at great length and with some effort already HERE, Volcano.
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I first wrote here but no one replied.Thanks…

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More folks on line there, Volcano.
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Your sentence is as:–

Saudi Arabia says it would be keen to attend an Arab-Israeli peace conference proposed by the United States.

Here it’s a conditional sentence here Saudi Arabia is saying in Present but imagine to keen to attend a conference in future which is proposed by the United States.

Ok,

So, here “would” implies to a future with a present comment because it is a conditional sentence.

For example:–

Doctor says It would be possible to solve the problem of HIV by medicine or injection.