ALGIERS- Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Ramtane Lamamra said, Sunday afternoon in Algiers, that the Arab Foreign Ministers meeting ahead of the Arab League Council at the Summit Level had achieved “consensual” results through a “broad dialogue.”
In a speech delivered on the second day of the ministerial meeting, Lamamra highlighted “the results of the broad talks held yesterday and this morning.”
“I would like to thank you all for your patience, contributions, and the positive and constructive spirit that characterized our talks and enabled us to reach consensual results,” said the FM.
These results “will facilitate the works of our leaders.”
Lamamra also welcomed the participation of the Foreign Minister of Kuwait who joined the Arab League family for the first time.
Algiers’ Arab Summit, slated for November 01-02, 2022, would be the most important in the history of the Arab summits especially after the success of Algeria’s effort to gather the Palestinian factions to sign a reconciliation agreement on Oct. 13, formally known as: “the Declaration of Algiers”.
The latest developments in the Palestinian cause will top the Arab summit agenda, especially in light of the Zionists practices against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories, in addition to African-European-Arab region relations for free trade, economy, investment and trade exchange.
The summit is scheduled to discuss a number of draft resolutions to end inter-Arab differences and restore calm in order to achieve stability and development for the Arab peoples.