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Arab foreign ministers start meeting in Cairo

Arab ministers will discuss several joint Arab action issues at the political, economic, security and cultural levels ahead of the upcoming Tunis Arab summit

Ahram Online , Wednesday 6 Mar 2019
Arab League Chief Ahmed Aboul-Gheit (Photo: Ahram)
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The 151st session of the Council of Arab Foreign Ministers kicked off in the Arab League headquarters in Cairo Wednesday, where the ministers will discuss several joint Arab action issues at the political, economic, security and cultural levels.

The meeting, chaired by Somalia, will also review the draft agenda of the upcoming Arab summit that will be held in Tunis later this month.

The Arab foreign minsters will also discuss the Palestinian issue and the Arab-Israeli conflict along with means of activating the Arab Peace Initiative.

The ministers will also review recent developments in Syria and Libya along with the situation in Yemen and Iran's occupation of three United Arab Emirates islands.

They will also seek a unified Arab stance on Turkish violations of Iraqi sovereignty as well as Iranian interference in Arab internal affairs and the dangers to Arab national security of Israeli armament.

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