The tripartite Arab summit affirms its full support for the reconstruction of liberated Iraqi areas[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 9/29/2019 23:27 • [rtl]260 [/rtl][rtl]read [/rtl]times[/rtl]
A three-way summit of Iraqi President Barham Saleh, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and King Abdullah II of Iraq was held in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
The leaders reviewed, according to a statement issued by the Tripartite Summit, a copy of which was received by the Euphrates News, the latest developments of the tripartite cooperation between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan, which was launched by the Tripartite Summit on March 24, 2019, the results of the sectoral meetings held over the past six months, and ways to strengthen Political, economic and strategic cooperation and coordination between the three countries, to build on their potential for cooperation and coordination, while continuing to give priority to cooperation in the areas of investment, trade, housing and infrastructure, and joint action between the three countries to strengthen Arab national security and face The challenges facing the region.
The leaders stressed the need to build on the recent victories in the battle against terrorism, the need to completely eliminate all terrorist organizations wherever they exist, and to confront all those who support them politically, financially or media, and reiterate their full support for the Iraqi efforts to complete the reconstruction and return of displaced people to the liberated areas. From the terrorist organization Daesh.
The leaders affirmed their support for the comprehensive political solution of the Palestinian issue as the central issue of the Arabs, stressing the importance of the Palestinian people to get all their legitimate rights, especially the right to establish an independent and viable state with Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy and the Arab Peace Initiative.
The leaders also stressed that solving the conflict is the only way to achieve a comprehensive and lasting peace in the region, stressing the need for the international community to stop building and expanding illegal settlements and all unilateral steps aimed at changing the historical and legal situation in Jerusalem and its Islamic and Christian holy sites and rejecting and condemning the annexation of any parts of the Palestinian territories. Occupied territories, as a necessary condition to restore stability in the region.
Among the leaders is the importance of a comprehensive political solution to the crises in the region, especially those in Syria, Libya and Yemen, in accordance with relevant Security Council resolutions to preserve the unity, independence, territorial integrity and capabilities of their people, and to preserve Arab national security and counter external interventions aimed at destabilizing Arab national security.
The leaders expressed solidarity with Saudi Arabia in the face of the attacks on its oil facilities, stressing the importance of maintaining the security of the Gulf region and securing freedom of navigation in it as a key component of Arab national security, stressing the importance of calm and avoid further tension and escalation because of the impact Negative on stability in the region.
The leaders agreed to continue consultations and meetings on a regular basis and continuous coordination to enhance Arab national security and face all challenges facing the region, support political, economic, trade, investment and cultural cooperation between the three countries, and build effective partnerships between governments and the private sector in the three countries for that purpose.
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