[size=36]Minister of Commerce reveals the most important files of the economic summit in Beirut[/size]
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The Minister of Commerce, Dr. Mohammed Hashim Al-Ani, Saturday, the most prominent files to be addressed by the Arab Summit for Development, Economic and Social in Beirut, pointing out that these files consist of 27 items.
"The most prominent files of the Arab summit for economic, social and economic development to be held in Beirut were approved by a previous conference held a month ago at a meeting in the Egyptian capital Cairo," the minister said in a statement to the ministry.
Dr. Al-Ani pointed out that "these files consist of 27 items related to the empowerment of women and the free economy among Arab countries, as well as addressing poverty and finding solutions to the situation of Syrian refugees in Lebanon."
"There are also other paragraphs related to the economic aspect, especially food security, in addition to a number of paragraphs dealing with the situation in the Arab countries, a step aimed at achieving a unified economic link between these countries."
He stressed that "there is follow-up by the Arab League for previous economic decisions issued at the Cairo Conference," stressing that "the follow-up was good in terms of implementation."
The minister pointed out that "tomorrow will be a meeting of the Arab summit in Beirut and will issue new resolutions, and there will be follow-up also by the parties concerned."
The Minister of Commerce, Dr. Mohammed Hashim Al-Ani, on Friday, the meeting of the Committee on the follow-up and preparation of the Arab summit economic and social development at the ministerial level scheduled to be held on 19 and 20 January in the Lebanese capital Beirut.
"The committee discussed the draft resolutions on its agenda, as well as the senior officials reached in their meetings prior to the meeting of ministers aimed at developing economic and social development in the Arab countries," Al-Ani said.
He added that "the Iraqi delegation was effective in discussing the projects at the level of senior officials, and also at the level of ministers of trade and economy to prepare the summit paper approved by Arab leaders."
A statement by the Ministry of Commerce stated that "the draft agenda of the Fourth Economic and Social Development Summit included 24 items, foremost of which is the report of the Secretary General of the Arab League on Arab Economic, Social and Development Work and a report on follow-up to the implementation of the Arab Economic and Social Development Resolutions at its third session in Riyadh 2013 , And a special annex to the periodic convening of the Arab Development Summit on the basis of a decision of the Economic and Social Council.
The Arab Agenda for Sustainable Energy 2030, the Arab Common Market for Electricity, and the Integration Initiative for Arab Countries. Between tourism and cultural and cultural heritage Arab countries, solid waste management in the Arab world, support for the Palestinian economy, and financing for development.
The agenda included assistance for trade, the economic and social burden of hosting Syrian refugees and their impact on host countries, the challenges faced by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and its implications for the host countries of Palestinian refugees.
As well as the development of a common Arab vision in the field of digital economy, the Arab Strategic Framework for the Elimination of Multidimensional Poverty 2020-2030, the Platform for Action for the Family in the Arab Region within the framework of the implementation of the goals of sustainable development 2030, and the pinktank, woman. The draft agenda also includes the Arab Strategy for the Protection of Children in the Status of Asylum and Displacement in the Arab Region.
And other activities of the Arab children's work in the Arab region, the promotion of technical and vocational education in the Arab world, the program of integrating women and girls into the development process in local communities, the 14th Arab Sports Games in 2021, and a progress report on the Arab League's efforts to support the implementation of sustainable development goals 2030 (Arab youth, civil society)