32nd Arab League summit final statement affirms importance of unity to solve all Arab issues



Sat, 20 May 2023 - 04:35 GMT


Sat, 20 May 2023 - 04:35 GMT

CAIRO – 19 May 2023:  Arab leaders agreed in the final statement of the 32nd Arab League Summit, which was held, Friday, in Jeddah, on the need to unite to solve Arab nation's issues.

The summit discussed several issues, including Palestine, the crises in Sudan, Libya, as well as the issues of Yemen, Syria and Lebanon.

The final statement of the summit included more than 32 points on various pressing issues in the Arab world, starting with the Palestinian cause, the Syrian crisis, and the Lebanese situation, the Iranian file, environment, cybersecurity, along with economic and social files.

In the statement, the Arab League affirmed the centrality of the Palestinian cause to the entire Arab nation, the Arabic identity of occupied East Jerusalem, capital of Palestine, the right of the State of Palestine to absolute sovereignty over all of its land occupied in 1967, including East Jerusalem, and the importance of activating the "Arab Peace Initiative."

Regarding the Lebanese file, the statement urged the Lebanese authorities to continue efforts to elect a president and form a government as soon as possible, and to carry out economic reforms to get out of the current crisis.

As for the Syrian issue, the League stressed its commitment to preserving Syria's sovereignty, territorial integrity and stability, and the intensification of efforts to help it get out of its crisis, and end the suffering of the Syrian people.

With regard to Sudan, the summit affirmed full solidarity in preserving the country's sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, refusing to interfere in its internal affairs, considering the crisis as an internal matter.

As for the situation in Libya, the summit’s final statement affirmed commitment to the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Libya, the rejection of all types of external interference, and the refrain from escalation.





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