Arab ministers welcome Syria’s return to the League


During a meeting on Wednesday, the Arab League’s ministers hailed Syria’s return to membership as the organization’s 32nd summit got underway in Jeddah.

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The draft agenda for the summit of Arab leaders this Friday was also covered at the ministerial meeting, which was presided over by Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prince Faisal bin Farhan.

President Bashar Assad will attend the conference later this week, according to the confirmation of the Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad. In his remarks, Prince Faisal concurred with Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit in praising Syria’s rejoining the Arab community.

In order to address pressing global concerns, the Saudi foreign minister also called for Arab unity.

Prince Faisal stated that in order to overcome the difficulties affecting our nations, “we must develop new solutions.”

Ahmed Attaf, the foreign minister of Algeria, voiced worry about the disturbance in Sudan and reiterated his nation’s support for Saudi Arabia’s efforts to broker a truce.

To protect the safety of its nationals, the ministers emphasized the necessity of a cease-fire in Sudan and demanded that the problem be handled as an internal affair.

Attaf highlighted Algeria’s support for initiatives that advance peace and stability in Yemen while urging a doubling of efforts to advance the Palestinian cause until independence is realized.

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Attaf expressed his optimism that the Lebanese government will come to an arrangement to get the nation out of its current predicament.



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