The Arab summit starts today in Saudi Arabia with very complex files[/rtl]
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(Baghdad: the Euphrates News) starts on Sunday, the work of the Arab summit and the twenty-ninth and hosted by the city of Dhahran, eastern Saudi Arabia.
A number of leaders and heads of Arab delegations arrived to participate in the summit. Leaders and heads of delegations from 14 Arab countries, including Egypt, Oman, Sudan, Palestine, Somalia, Tunisia, Yemen, Iraq, Libya, UAE, Algeria, Lebanon, Mauritania and Comoros.
The summit agenda is topped by several regional issues, notably the situation in Syria, the crisis in Yemen, the stalled peace process between Palestinians and Israelis, and efforts to combat terrorist organizations.
The discussion of these files comes in light of the accelerating events in the region and the complexity.
The President of the Republic Fuad Masum arrived yesterday in Saudi Arabia, representative of Iraq at the summit.
According to media reports, the final statement of the summit will focus on the joint Arab action plan in the next phase and the unified Arab position on the peace process in the region, based on the relevant resolutions of international legitimacy and the Arab peace initiative.
The final communiqué will focus on the rejection of foreign intervention by Arab countries in the Arab affairs. It also highlights the importance of the political solution in Yemen, the importance of preserving the unity of the Syrian territories, supporting the political solution to the crisis in Libya and enhancing Arab cooperation in the fight against terrorism. Arab economic integration among Arab countries.
The Declaration affirms the centrality of the question of Palestine to the Arab nation and to the Arab identity of occupied East Jerusalem
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