Arab League: Syria’s return is an Arab issue

Arab League Secretary General Abu Gayt held a press conference with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Faisal bin Ferhan after the 32nd Arab League Leaders Summit held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

At the meeting, questions were asked about the criticisms from the USA and European countries regarding Syria’s return to the Arab League after 12 years.

Emphasizing that Syria’s return to the Union should be handled independently of the opinions of foreign powers, Abu Gayt said, “This is an Arab issue. Syria is also one of the 7 countries that founded the Arab League.” said.

Stating that they should carry out efforts to convince other countries about the correctness of the method followed by the Arabs, Abu Gayt said, “This is the will of the Arabs. We are not seeking conflict or conflict with outside powers.” used the phrase.


In addition to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Syrian President Bashar ad also attended the 32nd Arab League Summit held in Jeddah after 12 years.

The Arab League suspended Syria’s membership on 12 November 2011 due to the civil war.

The foreign ministers of the member states of the Arab League agreed on Syria’s return to the Union at the Arab Foreign Ministers Meeting held in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, on 7 May. (AA)

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