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FM participates in Arab League ministerial sessions
[07/05/2023 02:16]
Cairo - Saba
The Minister of Foreign Dr. Ahmed bin Mubarak, participated today in the two extraordinary sessions of the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of foreign ministers, which were held in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to discuss developments in the Syrian file, as well as developments in the Sudanese and Palestinian files.

The Arab foreign ministers, in the presence of the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Ahmed Aboul Gheit, discussed during the meeting in its first part the latest developments in the situation in Syria.

The decision of the League of Arab States affirmed that it welcomed the statements of the meetings of the foreign ministers of the Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf states, Egypt, Jordan and Iraq in Jeddah on April 14, and the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq and Syria in Amman on the first of this month, which included a road map for resolving the Syrian crisis with the approval of Damascus. .

The League Council’s decision also emphasized the security and stability of Syria, its Arab identity, sovereignty and territorial integrity, and the importance of continuing and intensifying Arab efforts aimed at helping Syria out of its crisis, and keenness to launch an Arab leadership role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis that addresses all its consequences for its people and neighboring countries and the resumption of the participation of the delegations of the Government of the Syrian Arab Republic in the meetings of the League Council.

It was agreed to form a ministerial liaison committee consisting of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt and the Secretary-General to follow up on the implementation of the Amman Declaration and to continue the direct dialogue with the Syrian government.

During the second part of the meeting, the Arab foreign ministers discussed developments in Sudan, where the council approved efforts to reach a cease-fire and work together to communicate with the Sudanese parties, regionally and internationally, and relevant international organizations to settle the crisis.. stressing the need to preserve state institutions. Sudanese nationalism, preventing its collapse and preventing external interference in Sudanese affairs.

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