Assad and Zelensky attend the conclusion of the Arab League conference
The Arab League Summit was cautioned by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Friday not to allow the region to turn into a war zone while reassuring everyone that “world peace” was on the horizon.
The summit was held in the Kingdom, where Bashar Assad of Syria was welcomed back after serving a 12-year ban and Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine paid an unexpected visit to drum up support for his nation.
“We reassure our Western and Eastern allies that we are advancing peacefully. The crown prince declared, “We will not permit our territory to devolve into a hotbed of strife.
With the past behind us, “it is enough for us to remember the painful years of conflicts that the region lived through, it is enough for us to have conflicts that the peoples of the region suffered from, and it is enough for us to have conflicts that the peoples of the region suffered from, which caused development to falter in the region,” he continued.
The crown prince said, “We hope that Syria’s return to the Arab League will mark an end to its crisis.” in regards to Syria.
The Palestinian struggle was and still is crucial for all Arabs, the crown prince underscored.
Additionally, he expressed optimism that talks will result in a settlement to the Sudanese situation. He remarked, “Saudi Arabia welcomes the two parties to the conflict in Sudan signing the Jeddah Declaration.”
The Palestinian problem was and continues to be the main concern for Arabs, said the Arab League’s departing chairman, who also urged the world to put a stop to Israel’s settlement strategy.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, who had just arrived in Jeddah, informed the delegation that his nation was not only engaged in a dispute but was actually at war.
Additionally, he expressed his gratitude for Saudi intervention in the release of prisoners of war last year.
In order to prevent a worsening of the humanitarian situation in Ukraine, the crown prince said: “We reaffirm the Kingdom’s position as supportive of everything that contributes to reducing the intensity of the crisis. Saudi Arabia is ready to continue mediating between the Russian Federation and Ukraine.”
Also on Friday, the Russian president wrote a letter to the Arab League pledging his nation’s continued support for efforts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian problem.
He said that Moscow was anxious to continue supporting efforts to address the crisis in Sudan, Libya, and Yemen as well as its diversified cooperation with Arab nations.
Algerian Prime Minister Aymen Benabderrahmane, who is leaving his position as head of the Arab League, complimented Saudi Arabia for hosting the summit in his opening comments.
He continued by saying that the globe was becoming more divided due to the energy crisis and the dangers to food security.