Syria’s difficulties are discussed in political talks between Saudi Arabia and Syria


Following a meeting between the foreign ministers of the two nations in Jeddah on Wednesday, Saudi Arabia and Syria agreed to work together to find a political solution to the issues afflicting the latter.

Syria’s territorial integrity, security, and stability were topics of conversation between Saudi Arabia’s Prince Faisal bin Farhan and Syria’s Faisal Mekdad.

According to the statement, the ministers applauded the beginning of the procedures for restarting flights and consular services between the two nations.

The significance of addressing Syria’s humanitarian issues and fostering an atmosphere that allows aid to reach all parts of the nation was also acknowledged by the two parties.

Finding solutions to guarantee both internal and foreign refugees’ return to their homes was one of the topics covered. The ministers emphasized the significance of strengthening Syria’s security and putting policies in place to combat terrorism, drug trafficking, and human trafficking.

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According to the ministers, the major goal of all current efforts is to bring about national reconciliation in Syria. Mekdad commended Saudi Arabia for helping to end the Syrian issue and for sending aid to the nation following the recent earthquakes.

The Kingdom deployed 16 aircraft with more than 85 tons of goods, including 1,000 tents, 13,329 articles of clothing, 3,600 blankets, and 3,600 beds, as part of its relief efforts in northern Syria and southern Turkiye in February.

Mekdad was greeted at King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah on Wednesday by the deputy foreign minister of the Kingdom, Waleed Al-Khuraiji.



Salma Hussain is an MBBS doctor who loves to write on health-related topics. Apart from this, writing on sports and entertainment topics is her hobby. She is playing the role of an important writer in Arab Post.

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