Deletes meet for the annual meeting at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo in 2016. (Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters)
CAIRO, April 21 (MENA) - The Arab foreign ministers council started an emergency meeting on Sunday at the request of Palestine in the presence of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit to discuss the latest Palestinian developments.
Abbas is to brief the Arab foreign ministers on the latest developments in Palestine in the aftermath of reports that the Palestinian cause is being liquidated.
He is expected to call for putting into effect the resolutions of a recent Arab summit in Tunisia.
The Arab foreign ministers are due to issue a statement at the end of their meeting to express their unified stance against recent Israeli escalations in the Palestinian territories.