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The text of the final communiqué of the Arab Summit at its 29th session


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The text of the final communiqué of the Arab Summit at its 29th session

Post by rocky on Sun 15 Apr 2018, 12:29 pm

The text of the final communiqué of the Arab Summit at its 29th session

2018/04/15 20:15

(Encyclopedia of this day for news- Arab League leaders stressed on Sunday the need to find a political solution to end the Syrian crisis, in order to achieve the aspirations of the people and preserve the unity and sovereignty of Syria. Aimed at changing the facts on the ground and undermining the two-state solution. The final text of the Arab Summit held in Dhahran Saudi Arabia today stated that "we are the leaders of the Arab countries gathered in Saudi Arabia / Dammam on 29 Rajab 1439H corresponding to 15 April 2018 at the 29th Ordinary Session of the Council League of Arab States Level summit at the kind invitation of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud. We affirm the importance of promoting joint Arab action based on a clear methodology and solid foundations that protect our nation from the dangers that threaten it, safeguard security and stability, and secure a bright and promising future that will bring hope and prosperity to future generations that contribute to the restoration of hope for our Arab peoples who suffered the ravages of the Arab Spring and the subsequent events and transformations. The Arab nation has gone through dangerous detours due to the rapid conditions and changes in the two regional arenas and has realized what is being waged against it, which is aimed at interfering in its internal affairs and destabilizing security. And to control its destiny, which makes us more united, united and determined to build a better tomorrow that contributes to the realization of the hopes and aspirations of our peoples, and only the intervention of countries and external parties in the affairs of the region and the imposition of foreign agendas that contradict the Charter of the United Nations and the rules of international law and human rights law and spread chaos, ignorance, exclusion and marginalization .

We: 1. 

2. Reaffirms the centrality of the question of Palestine to the entire Arab nation and to the Arab identity of occupied East Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Palestine. 2. Stresses the importance of a comprehensive and lasting peace in the Middle East as a strategic Arab option embodied in the Arab peace initiative adopted by all Arab countries at the Beirut Summit 2002, and supported by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which is still the most comprehensive plan to deal with all final status issues, foremost of which is the refugee issue, which provides security, acceptance and peace to Israel with all Arab countries, and we affirm our commitment to the initiative and our adherence to all its provisions.

We affirm the illegality and illegality of the American decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, with our categorical refusal to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, where Jerusalem will remain the Arab capital of Palestine, and we warn against taking any measures that would change the current legal and political status of Jerusalem. 4. 

We welcome the decision of the UN General Assembly on Jerusalem and thank the countries that support it, while reaffirming the continuation of the work to relaunch serious and effective Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations that will end the political failure of the issue due to intransigent Israeli positions. The conflict is based on a two-state solution that guarantees the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the borders of June 4, 1967 with East Jerusalem as its capital, as this is the only way to achieve security and stability in the region.

We affirm our rejection of all unilateral Israeli steps aimed at changing the facts on the ground and undermining the two-state solution. We call on the international community to implement the resolutions of international legitimacy, the latest of which is Security Council resolution 2334 (2016) condemning settlements and the confiscation of land. On 15/1/2017 renewed the commitment of the international community to the two-state solution as the only way to achieve lasting peace. 

We call for the implementation of all Security Council resolutions concerning Jerusalem, which affirms the invalidity of all Israeli measures aimed at changing the features of East Jerusalem and the confiscation of its true Arab identity. We call on the world's countries not to transfer their embassies to Jerusalem or to recognize them as the capital of Israel.

We affirm the need to implement the decision of the Executive Council of UNESCO issued by the 200th session on 18/10/2016. We call upon the international community to assume its responsibility for Israeli violations and arbitrary measures against Al-Aqsa Mosque and its worshipers. Manage, maintain and regulate access to it. 

We condemn in the strongest terms what Saudi Arabia has been targeted for its security by launching the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias [106] ballistic missiles on Mecca and Riyadh and several cities in the Kingdom.

We affirm our support and support to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in all measures taken to protect its security and capabilities from the futility of its foreign intervention and its evil hands. We call upon the international community to act effectively and diplomatically, legally and humanely to stop these violations and to hold the Government of Myanmar fully responsible. 

We affirm the sovereignty of the United Arab Emirates over its three islands [Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa] and reaffirm all measures taken to restore its sovereignty over it. We call upon Iran to respond to the UAE initiative to find a peaceful solution to the issue of the three islands through direct negotiations or resort to International Court of Justice. 

We affirm our full solidarity with our brothers in the Republic of the Sudan in order to safeguard the national sovereignty of the country and promote efforts to consolidate peace, security and development.

We affirm our continued support to our brothers in the Federal Republic of Somalia to spread security and stability and fight terrorism, usually building and strengthening national institutions and facing economic and development challenges. 

We affirm our continued support for the National Dialogue Initiative of the Comoros and stand by the moon to achieve the vision of reaching the ranks of emerging countries by 2030.14.

We appreciate the efforts exerted by the Economic and Social Council in particular and the Arab League Councils in general to follow up the decisions of the previous summits and to implement them with the aim of developing Arab economic cooperation, increasing trade exchange, strengthening and linking the infrastructure in the fields of transport and energy and promoting Arab-Arab investments to achieve economic and regional development. We appreciate the achievements made in the field of sustainable development in this regard, looking forward to the continued development of partnership with the private sector and to create a stimulating investment environment capable of establishing the trade zone. Arab Free Major and Customs Union.

We express our sincere thanks and gratitude to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for their warm hospitality and warm hospitality. We express our sincere respect and appreciation to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud for his wise conduct of the Summit and for his sincere efforts to support 4. Strengthen the sanctions against Iran and its militias and prevent them from supporting terrorist groups and supplying the Houthi terrorist organizations with ballistic missiles directed at them. From Yemen to Saudi Arabia and cities to comply with the UN resolution No. [2216] which prevents the supply of arms to the Houthis .17.

We support the efforts of the Arab Coalition to support the legitimacy of Yemen to end the Yemeni crisis on the basis of the Gulf initiative and its executive mechanisms and the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and Security Council Resolution 2216 in 2015. It may also secure Yemen's independence and territorial integrity and prevent interference in its internal affairs. The Coalition countries, along with the brotherly Yemeni people through the initiative of restoring hope and its relief, treatment and development assistance through relief and humanitarian projects provided by the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Affairs. Arab cooperation to support legitimacy in Yemen The opening of Sana'a International Airport and the port of Hodeidah on the Red Sea to receive relief and humanitarian materials.

We reject the interference in the internal affairs of the Arab countries and condemn the aggressive attempts aimed at destabilizing the security, instigating sectarian strife and fueling sectarian conflicts because they violate the principles of good neighborliness, the rules of international relations, the principles of international law and the Charter of the United Nations. 

We affirm the importance of building normal relations based on mutual respect and positive cooperation with neighboring Arab countries to ensure security, peace, stability and development.

We stress the need to find a political solution to end the Syrian crisis, in order to achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people, which is under the weight of aggression, and preserve the unity of Syria, protect its sovereignty and independence, and end the presence of all terrorist groups, And the relevant resolutions of the Security Council, in particular Resolution No. 2254 of 2015, there is no way to stop the impartiality of blood except by reaching a peaceful settlement that achieves a real transition to a political reality formulated and agreed upon by all the components of the Syrian people through the Geneva process. 

We strongly condemn the Syrian regime's use of internationally banned chemical weapons against the Syrian people. We call upon the international community to stand against these practices in order to achieve justice and implement international humanitarian law and to respond to the call of living conscience in the world that rejects killing, violence, genocide and the use of prohibited weapons.

We reiterate our firm support for Iraq in its efforts to eradicate terrorist gangs and appreciate the achievements of the Iraqi army in liberating other Iraqi provinces and regions from terrorists. 

We affirm efforts aimed at restoring security and security to Iraq and achieving national reconciliation by activating a political process that will lead to justice and equality and reach a secure and stable Iraq. 

We stress the importance of supporting the Libyan legal institutions. We reaffirm the four-way dialogue hosted by the League of Arab States with the participation of the European Union, the African Union and the United Nations in support of reaching an agreement that ends the crisis through national reconciliation based on the Skhirat agreement and Libya's territorial integrity and cohesion.

We affirm our stand with the Libyan brothers in their efforts to defeat the terrorist gangs and eradicate the danger posed by their foci and their lands to and from Libya. 

We commit ourselves to creating the means possible and to dedicate all necessary efforts to eliminate terrorist gangs, defeat terrorists in all fields of military, security and intellectual confrontation, and continue to fight terrorism, eliminate its causes and eliminate its supporters, organizers and sponsors at home and abroad like Iran and its arms in the Middle East and Africa. Let us all live in peace, security and development. 

We affirm our concern to prevent terrorists from exploiting information technology and social media in recruiting, propagating, spreading extremist ideology and hatred that distort the true religion of Islam.

We strongly condemn the attempts to link terrorism and Islam. We call on the international community represented by the United Nations to issue a unified definition of terrorism. Terrorism has no religion, no tons and no identity. We call upon the governments of all countries to shoulder their responsibilities to combat this dangerous scourge. 

We recall the distortion of some of the extremist groups in the world to the image of the true Islamic religion by linking it to terrorism, and we warn that such attempts serve only terrorism itself. 

We condemn the acts of terrorism, violence and human rights violations against the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar, and call on the international community to assume responsibilities.

Note: The contents of the text of the final communiqué of the 29th Arab Summit were first published on the "All Iraq" website and the encyclopedia of this news day is not guaranteed in any way. 
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