The 32nd summit of the Arab League will begin in the city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, while Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, has welcomed Syrian President Bashar Assad in Jeddah, and at the same time, Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has also arrived in Saudi Arabia on an unexpected visit.
The spokesman of the Russian Foreign Ministry says that the decision of the member states of the Arab League to restore the position of Syria shows that this country is seeking to adopt an independent policy in the field of international issues.
The foreign ministers of the Arab League agreed on the return of Syria to the Arab League after a 12-year absence in a closed-door consultative meeting in Cairo. The draft of this decision, which will be published later, states: The participation of Syrian delegations in the meetings of the Arab League will resume from yesterday, May 7.
Twelve years after the beginning of the crisis in Syria, after which the Arab League suspended Syria's membership and after the failure of all Western Arab efforts to overthrow the Syrian regime, this Sunday the foreign ministers of 22 member countries, at the Arab League meeting in Cairo without Voting agreed that Syria should return to this union....
Foreign ministers of the Arab League have rejected a decision by the administration of US President Donald Trump that reversed Washington’s four-decade-old position on Zionist settlements in the occupied territories.
The Arab League will hold an emergency meeting of foreign ministers Monday to discuss Washington’s change of position on Zionist settlements in the occupied West Bank, Egypt’s state news agency MENA said Wednesday.
The Arab League will hold an extraordinary meeting on Sunday, attended by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, to discuss the so-called “Deal of the Century”, a backchannel U.S. Mideast peace plan details of which have yet to be made public.
Tunisian Presidential advisor, Lazhar al-Qorawi al-Chabi, says the Arab League is currently studying the possibility of restoring Syria's membership in the 22-member regional organization amid promising signs that the incumbent Damascus government led by President Bashar al-Assad is being admitted back into the Arab world.
Kuwait says it expects more Arab countries to reopen diplomatic missions in Damascus in “coming days” amid promising signs that the incumbent Damascus government led by President Bashar al-Assad is being admitted back into the Arab world.