Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: According to the Associated Press, this meeting will be held in Barcelona and hosted by the Union of Mediterranean Countries and chaired by Josep Borrell, the head of the European Union's foreign policy, and Ayman Safadi, the foreign minister of Jordan.
The Zionist regime does not participate in this meeting, which in the past years has largely turned into a cooperation forum between the European Union and the Arab world.
According to the AFP news agency, Josep Burrell expressed his regret for the absence of "Israel" in this meeting and asked this regime to end the attack on Gaza forever. An attack which, according to the European Union's foreign policy official, has killed more than five thousand children.
Josep Burrell also called for a political solution to the Gaza crisis; A solution that, according to him, will allow the cycle of violence in the region to end "once and for all".
Pointing out that some Arab partners are unwilling to talk about the future of Gaza without a "clear and credible political vision," the European Union's foreign policy official stressed that at the meeting, "we must work together to create a clear political vision for the future." Let's agree on Gaza."
According to Independent, the Jordanian foreign minister also expressed hope that this meeting will provide an opportunity to "fill the gap" between the Arab and European countries in recognizing the "two-state solution" in order to end the Gaza crisis.
According to al-Arabiya report, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia, did not consider the "continued escalation of tensions" to be a solution for any of the parties and said: "The only definite result is destruction, extremism and more conflict at the cost of Palestinian lives and the security of the region." The sentence is Israel. Prince Faisal stressed that since the Gaza crisis, he has categorically condemned the targeting of civilians from both sides.
Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, along with his Belgian counterpart, during their trip last week to the occupied territories, the Palestinian territories and Egypt, said that it is time for the international community and the European Union to recognize the State of Palestine.