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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders

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    Post by Rocky Sun 20 Jan 2019, 1:16 am

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    The Arab Economic Summit hosted by the Lebanese capital Beirut on Sunday discussed draft resolutions prepared by foreign ministers on 29 items on the agenda, in light of the low level of representation of delegations, the absence of an overwhelming majority of Arab leaders and their apology for attendance.
    Amidst the absence of the overwhelming majority of Arab presidents and leaders, the fourth session of the Arab Economic Summit will be held in Beirut, the most important of which is to support investments in host countries for Syrian refugees and to accelerate the establishment of the Arab Customs Union. 
    Only Qatar's emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, and Lebanese President Michel Aoun will attend as leaders. 
    A number of Arab officials, including the Mauritanian president, as well as senior officials, including Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah and Omani Deputy Prime Minister for Relations and International Cooperation Asaad Ben Tariq arrived in Beirut on Saturday. 
    The Arab foreign and economic ministers held a preliminary meeting on Friday to discuss the agenda of the summit and prepared draft resolutions on 29 items.
    Among the draft resolutions put forward is the call of the international community to support the Arab countries hosting the Syrian refugees. The General Secretariat of the League of Arab States will be invited to convene a meeting of international donors and concerned international organizations. 
    Among the issues to be raised at the Sunday summit amid divisions among the countries concerned over drafting it is to encourage the voluntary return of Syrian refugees to areas where the fighting has stopped. 
    As for the Arab Customs Union, which was supposed to be established in 2015 after its consideration in previous sessions, the latest of which is in Riyadh in 2013, one of the draft resolutions calls upon the Arab countries to expedite the completion of the necessary requirements for its establishment.



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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders Empty 24 items to be discussed at the Arab Economic Summit

    Post by Rocky Sun 20 Jan 2019, 1:44 am

    24 items to be discussed at the Arab Economic Summit

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    The Arab Economic, Social and Development Summit will be held in Beirut on Sunday, under the chairmanship of Lebanese President Michel Aoun, in the presence of a number of Arab heads of state and government, ministers and regional and international organizations, including Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad.
    According to the official website of the Arab Economic Summit, the draft agenda of the Summit includes 24 items, foremost of which is the report of the Secretary General of the Arab League on joint Arab economic, social and development work, a report on follow-up to the implementation of the decisions of the 2013 Riyadh Summit and a special annex to the Arab League Economic and Social Council.
    The draft agenda includes an item on Arab food security, including topics such as Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's initiative on Arab food security, the Arab emergency food security program, integration and trade in agricultural and plant crops, and livestock products in the Arab region.
    The Summit will discuss the developments of the Greater Arab Free Trade Area and the completion of the requirements of the Arab Customs Union, the Arab Charter for the Development of SME Sector, the Arab Strategy for Sustainable Energy 2030, the Arab Common Market for Electricity, the Integration Initiative between Tourism and Cultural Heritage, in the Arab world .
    The agenda also includes the development of a common Arab vision in the field of digital economy, and the Arab strategic framework for the eradication of multidimensional poverty 2020-2030 and the Platform for Action for the Family in the Arab Region within the framework of the implementation of the goals of sustainable development.
    For his part, Spokesman for the Arab Summit for Economic and Social Development, Rafik Shalala, said that bilateral meetings were held in Beirut between the delegations. They discussed the wording of the last paragraphs and the items that need to be developed or modified, especially the item concerning the displaced Syrians.
    He explained in his remarks, which was quoted by the National Agency for Information, that these meetings help to secure the climate, which leads to the final statement of the value of a comprehensive and agreed between all members.
    He pointed out that the participation of Emir of the State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at the summit is important and adds value.

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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders Empty A tripartite meeting between the foreign minister and his Egyptian and Jordanian counterparts

    Post by Rocky Sun 20 Jan 2019, 7:14 am

    A tripartite meeting between the foreign minister and his Egyptian and Jordanian counterparts

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    According to a statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, "the meeting included the consideration of the items of the draft agenda of the summit, which includes 27 items dealing with the Arab economic and social files."
    He added that "the most prominent items, the first of which is the establishment of the Arab Common Market for Electricity, which is of great importance to the Arab countries in the implementation of the objectives of sustainable development, in addition to discussing mechanisms to expand Arab commodity trade to include all services in preparation for the establishment of an Arab economic bloc.
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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders Empty Parliamentary Planning: Iraq's participation in the economic summit in Beirut is futile

    Post by Rocky Sun 20 Jan 2019, 2:13 pm


    Parliamentary Planning: Iraq's participation in the economic summit in Beirut is futile

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    parliamentary strategic planning committee on Sunday considered the participation of the Iraqi government in the Arab Economic Summit in Lebanon as useless, pointing out that Iraq needs to strengthen investment through the government's approach towards reviving the local industry and not relying on foreign investment. 
    "Foreign investors have lost faith in entering into investment projects inside the country, especially as there are investors asking the government for more than 70 billion dinars for years and did not get their dues," said member of the committee Mohammed Karim in a statement. At the economic summit is useless because he needs a new economic policy to ensure the investor and provide him with all the possibilities and financial guarantees. 
    He added that "Iraq needs to strengthen investment through the government's drive to revive the local industry and not rely on foreign investment only."
    The Lebanese capital, Beirut, witnessed the launch of the fourth session of the Arab Economic and Social Development Summit on Sunday, amid Arab consensus on the items and draft resolutions during the meeting of foreign ministers and ministers concerned with the Economic and Social Council preparatory to the summit. 
    Iraq is represented at the Beirut summit by Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim, who arrived in Beirut earlier. End 25 T

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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders Empty The wise minister at the Beirut summit: Iraq has become a meeting point and its doors are open to co

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    The wise minister at the Beirut summit: Iraq has become a meeting point and its doors are open to cooperation

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    (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim said that Iraq today has become a point of convergence, and its doors are open to cooperation.
    "Today Iraq is a point of convergence and its doors are open to cooperation and Arab integration in all its forms and will play a pivotal role in supporting security and stability in the region," al-Hakim said in a speech at the Arab Economic and Social Development Summit held for its second day in Beirut. Building a system of common Arab relations based on the exchange of interests away from the axes. " 
    He explained that "Iraq's policy is focused on economic openness, extending the hand of friendship and cooperation to all brotherly and friendly countries, and building a network of economic relations and attracting large foreign investment." 
    He called for "the importance of achieving economic integration, the establishment of major joint economic zones, and the transformation of borders between our countries into investment areas."
    He stressed that "work must be done to find effective mechanisms, and applicable in the field of economic cooperation by encouraging joint investment of income-generating projects to eliminate unemployment." 
    "The continuation of the economic deterioration in some countries of the region is one of the major challenges to security and stability," he said, adding that "providing food security to our Arab countries is a key element in promoting joint Arab action to serve the Arab citizens." is over



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    Beirut economic summit starts today with the absence of leaders Empty The end of the Arab Economic Summit in Beirut

    Post by Rocky Sun 20 Jan 2019, 2:46 pm

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    BAGHDAD ( 
    Reuters) - The Arab Economic and Development Summit ended in Beirut on Sunday evening with a focus on the implementation of previous summits and warning of an increased crisis in the crisis of displaced people and refugees. 
    Ambassador Hossam Zaki, Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League, read the Beirut Declaration issued at the end of the Arab Economic and Development Summit at its fourth session in Beirut.
    The Arab leaders stressed "the necessity of supporting the steadfastness of the Palestinian people in the face of the increasing Israeli aggression and the subsequent destruction of the Palestinian economy and infrastructure and their belief in the collective Arab and Islamic responsibility towards Jerusalem in order to preserve the Arab, Islamic and Christian identity of Al-Quds Al-Sharif." Provide the necessary funding by involving relevant organizations and entities to implement the projects contained in the Strategic Plan for the Sectoral Development of East Jerusalem 2018/2022 ". 
    The Arab leaders called on the concerned parties to "develop means to mobilize popular support for the implementation of the plan, while stressing the right of return and compensation for Palestinian refugees and their descendants in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy."
    The Arab leaders and heads of government renewed their commitment to the draft resolutions of the previous Arab development summits and, given the circumstances in which the Arab region is undergoing economic and social transformations, have created great challenges that would sharpen the aspirations of the Arab citizens. 
    The Arab leaders warned of the "worsening of the crisis of refugees and displaced persons in the Arab countries and the consequent economic and social burdens on the Arab host countries and the consequent major challenges of eating better conditions and alleviating the consequences of asylum and displacement to host countries."
    He called on Arab leaders to "unite all international donors, specialized organizations and Arab funds to alleviate the suffering of these displaced persons and refugees and secure funding for the implementation of development projects in the Arab countries hosting them that would support national development plans and contribute to reducing the economic and social impact of these Temporary hosting ". 
    He called on Arab leaders to "attract more Arab and international investments in the host countries," welcoming in this regard "the adoption of the Global Agreement for safe and orderly migration and the systematic as well as the Global Agreement on Refugees." 
    The Arab leaders expressed their "hope that the implementation of positive effects on migrants and refugees," pointing to "

    They stressed the need to adopt proactive policies to build the necessary capacities to take advantage of the potential of the economy figure, support for private initiatives and the importance of developing a common Arab spirit in the digital economy. 
    "Arab leaders also stressed" the importance of supporting the economic and social development process, The Arab Free Trade Union and the requirements of the Arab Customs Union in the hope of reaching a common Arab market and exerting all efforts to overcome the obstacles that are funded without achieving this, stressing at the same time the importance of supporting and financing Arab integration projects and completing the efforts initiative For trade ".

    Arab leaders announced the adoption of the pilot charter project to develop the sector of small, medium and micro enterprises to ensure the integration of the economies of the Arab countries among them to create competitive advantages in light of the international economic blocs to improve the level of employment and reduce unemployment rates, stressing the importance of developing a monitoring and evaluation mechanism to improve and review policies and programs directed For the development of small and medium enterprises, calling at the same time the private sector to support the competitiveness of these institutions. 
    Arab leaders also announced the adoption of the Arab strategy. 
    Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled al-Sabah announced at an Arab economic summit in Beirut on Sunday the launch of an initiative aimed at setting up a $ 200 million fund to invest in technology.
    The minister said Kuwait would contribute $ 50 million of the fund's capital to allow "investment in the fields of technology and the digital economy" with the participation of the private sector. 
    Some 20 countries, such as Egypt and Kuwait, have mobilized heads of government or foreign ministers or finance ministers to participate, while officials have played down the importance of poor representation at the summit. 
    The Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, will also attend the summit, which has been divided between Arab countries over Syria and its ally Iran and internal conflicts in Lebanon, with the withdrawal of a number of leaders.


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    Post by kingsranch Sun 20 Jan 2019, 4:42 pm

    scratch  This doesn't sound good for Iraq...they need to step up to the plate and get their sh*t together  306
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    Post by ahill Sun 20 Jan 2019, 10:53 pm

    Exactly!

    They sure seem to have a lot of meetings, meetings, meetings  ...Talk. Talk, Talk and No Action!
    They must be paid very well by  the hour, per diem per day. plus travel etc. ect. etc.

    Milking the system!!  You know how it goes.


    13 years now I've been waiting - waiting - waiting. (some in here longer)
    ...I could of had more babies ...NOT!!!    lol!........NOT!!!

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