Arab FMs to discuss regional security in Cairo

Arab Foreign Ministers on Monday started their 143rd session at the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo to discuss draft resolutions prepared by the permanent delegates on several issues, mainly the protection of Arab national security.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah is leading Kuwait’s delegation partaking in the session.
The meeting discusses 28 clauses related to several topics like the latest developments in the region and how to protect Arab national security and combat terrorist and extremist groups.
The gathering also deals with preparations for the coming Arab League Summit due in the Egyptian resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh by the end of March.
The latest developments related to the Palestinian cause, Jerusalem, settlement, the Israeli separation wall, refugees, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Arab Peace Initiative are on the agenda.
The meeting focuses on backing the Palestinian budget, steadfastness of Palestinians and Israeli measures in Jerusalem as well as solidarity with Lebanon.
The conferees tackle the situations in Libya, and Yemen, the UAE’s three islands occupied by Iran and backing peace and development in Sudan.
They discuss supporting Somalia, and Comoros, the possibility of finding a peaceful solution to the Djibouti-Eritrea conflict and setting up a nuclear-free Middle East region.

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