[size=36]Arab League postponed meeting to discuss the return of Syria[/size]
Arab League decided to postpone a meeting of permanent delegates to discuss the return of Syria, which was scheduled to be held today, to the 9 month of January.
"It was decided to postpone the Arab coordination meeting at the level of delegates scheduled today to 9 of this month," RT quoted Arab League sources as saying.
The Permanent Representatives' Meeting will consider a number of issues, including ways to restore Syria's membership in the Arab League to normal, which was frozen in November 2011.
The Arab Al-Ahram newspaper quoted sources as saying on Saturday that " Will allow the reopening of Arab embassies in the Syrian capital Damascus and the reopening of Syrian embassies in Arab capitals after the Arab League froze membership in Syria in November 2011.
The sources pointed out that "there are two groups within the Arab League, the first group calls for the return of Syria to its vacant seat 7 years ago during the meeting of permanent delegates on January 6, paving the way for the presence of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to the Arab Economic Summit in Lebanon this month, Arab League in March next. "
"The other group wants to allow the meeting of permanent delegates to restore the work of Arab embassies and Arab ambassadors to Damascus, the return of Syrian ambassadors to Arab countries, and postponement of the decision of Syria's return to its seat at the Arab League to the next summit and to be this decision in the hands of Arab leaders next March."
The sources said, "It has not settled everyone on a unified position so far, but according to all sources confirmed that the return of Syria to its seat in the Arab League is a matter of time."