The "Determination and Solidarity" Summit in Tunisia confirms the Golan and the rejection of regional interventions in the Arab region:
The meeting was chaired by Altsa Sheikh Hamad Bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, a member of the Supreme and Governing Council of Fujairah, and the UAE delegation to the Arab summit. The Summit affirmed the sovereignty of the UAE over the three islands occupied by Iran and praised the role of the UAE in the development of Arab cooperation in the field of space. Gulf Security and Arab national interest.
The summit began with the opening speech of the Custodian of the two sacred mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who reiterated the categorical rejection of the United States' recognition of the sovereignty of Israel over the occupied Golan.
"The Palestinian question will remain at the height of the concerns of the kingdom so that the Palestinian people has all its legitimate rights, especially the establishment of an independent state at the borders of 1967 with East Jerusalem as a capital , based on international resolutions and the Arab peace initiative, "he said.
"We reaffirm our unequivocal rejection of any measure that could harm the Syrian sovereignty over the Golan, and we insist on the importance of reaching a political solution to the Syrian crisis that guarantees the security, unity and sovereignty of Syria and the prevention of foreign interventions in accordance with the Geneva Declaration 1 and the resolution of the Security Council 2254,.
Regarding the Yemeni question, the Saudi monarch affirmed his support for the efforts of the United Nations to achieve a political solution according to the three references, and asked the international community to force the Huthi-backed militias to support to their aggressive practices that have caused the suffering of the Yemeni people and endangering the security and stability of the region.
King Salman underlined the continuity of the Kingdom in "the implementation of its programs of humanitarian and development assistance to alleviate the suffering of dear people of Yemen."
Regarding the Libyan crisis, he underlined the firmness of the Kingdom on "the unity of Libya and its territorial integrity and support the efforts of the United Nations to achieve a political solution that will achieve security and stability of Libya and will eliminate terrorism that threatens it. "
He noted that "Saudi Arabia continues to support efforts to combat terrorism and extremism at all levels," emphasizing that "the terrorist act against the New Zealand mosques confirms that terrorism It is not linked to religion, race or homeland. "
"The aggressive policies of the Iranian regime are a flagrant violation of all international letters and principles, and the international community has been able to hold its responsibilities to address these policies and stop supporting the Iranian regime for terrorism at world ".
"Despite the challenges of our Arab nation, we are optimistic about a promising future that will realize the hopes of our peoples of leadership and progress," he said.
After the opening speech, King Salman gave the summit to the Tunisian president, Béji Caid Sibsi.
Later, King Salman of Tunisia left Tunisia and praised the positive results of the summit.
For its part, the president of Tunisia, Béji Kayed Sibsi, in his speech congratulated the presidency of the Kingdom and its leadership at the 29th session of the Arab Summit and considered that Arab depth was a strategic angle in politics from Tunisia.
He also noted that the problems that extract the capabilities of Arab peoples from all sides are unacceptable, given that it is unacceptable for the Arab region to become a field of external conflicts, which requires overcoming differences and purifying the atmosphere Arabic and establish unity and solidarity among Arab countries.
He considered that there is no option for the Arabs, it is not a synergy, and in this sense he suggested the launch of the title "Summit of determination and solidarity" at this summit.
He also emphasized that achieving security and stability in the region can only be a just solution to the Palestinian problem.
In his speech on the Libyan question, he said: "Libya's security in Tunisia's security and the crisis in the Libyan situation affects everyone in the region." He stressed that dialogue and consensus are the most effective way to put an end to the Libyan crisis and have renewed the country's support for international efforts aimed at solving the Libyan crisis.
Returning to the Syrian crisis, saying: "Any solution in Syria must take into account territorial integrity." He also called for accelerating the pace of the political solution in Syria.
In the Golan, he emphasized that the Syrian highlands are occupied by Israel, rejecting "any measure to establish the status quo".
He called on the Tunisian president to "intensify efforts to promote relations of economic integration between Arab countries."
He also called for "to advance the integral development and the citizenship to keep the Arab societies out of the danger of the extremism".
For its part, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Abul-Gheit, during his speech at the inaugural session of the summit, "interventions by our neighbors in the region, especially Iran and Turkey, aggravated the complexity of the crises and caused the extension of the solution and created new crises and problems. On the banks of the original dilemmas ».
He added: "Therefore, we reject all these interventions and their ambitions and plans, and clearly state that the crisis situation is a temporary situation, and the opposition will be reduced for a long time or a short period, but the violation of the integration Regional of Arab countries and territorial integrity is unacceptable to the Arab, Positions on this or that problem. "
He emphasized that the Arabs do not accept the existence of "regional pockets" in Arab countries, as does Turkey in Syria. "There is no place for regional forces to have pockets in some of our countries, for example, they are called safe areas. It is unacceptable for regional forces to interfere in our internal affairs. Or another under the sectarian's cover is hardly anymore. 39; hides behind the ambition of the empire in hegemony and control ».
The Secretary General of the League of Arab States pointed out that Arab national security is at high risk during the current period. "In recent years, Arab national security has been exposed to the most serious challenges and threats in its contemporary history. Wishing to interfere in our affairs."
For his part, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahaber Al-Sabah, Amir of Kuwait, said in his speech: "We are going through critical circumstances and for serious challenges and we will face uniting our positions and overcoming the differences."
"We have to improve the standard of living of all our societies and implement the decisions and recommendations of the Kuwaiti and Beirut summits," he said. He also condemned the long-standing terrorist attack on innocent people in New Zealand.
With regard to the Palestinian question, he pointed out that "the Palestinian problem remains the central issue and the first of the Arabs," highlighting "a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as a capital."
As for Syria, he said: "We reject Washington's recognition of the sovereignty of Israel over the occupied Syrian Golan."
Sheik Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah said: "We are insisting on a political solution in Syria, in accordance with the principles of the Geneva Agreement, 1 and we hope that it will end quickly with the suffering of the Syrian people. "
Regarding the Yemeni theme, he stressed the need for a quick solution to end the suffering of the Yemeni people.
"We have to make decisions that meet the aspirations and aspirations of our Arab peoples and face the challenges that impede joint Arab action," said King Abdullah of Jordan.
"The Palestinian cause continues to be our priority as Arab states, and we reject any attempt to change the identity of Arab Jerusalem," King Abdullah said.
With regard to Iraq, he said: "We look forward to the evolution of the political process in Iraq and look forward to strengthening cooperation."
Regarding the Syrian file, the Jordanian monarch said: "We want a comprehensive political solution that will end the Syrian crisis, and our position in the Golan Heights is stable and it is the occupied land of Syria."
"There are permanent attempts to destroy our Arab weave," he said.
He also noted that "we must continue to work against terrorism in spite of the defeat of Dahesh and the challenges we face as cross-border Arab countries, especially foreign interventions."
In his speech, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that the ongoing injustice inflicted on the Palestinian people will continue to be a shame on the international front, as long as international resolutions of international legitimacy are mined. There have been attempts to bypass the references and determinants of peace.
Al-Sisi noted the accumulated Arab challenges, overtaken by the Arab-Israeli conflict, and expressed confidence that there is no final outcome, except for a just and complete peace that restores the rights of its owners for the Palestinian people to have the Its right to a separate state with East Jerusalem as a capital.
With regard to the Syrian crisis, the Egyptian president called for the return of the occupied Golan to Syria, because all the occupied Arab territories would be released and this painful phase was folded.
He called for immediate action to start negotiations within the framework of the Geneva process to achieve a global solution to the crisis in Syria that preserves its unity and territorial integrity, which is now more threatened than from the outbreak of the test eight years ago.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the efforts of the US administration to promote and help Israeli occupation by all means, noting that the role of the United States as an intermediary for peace negotiations has become unacceptable.
The Palestinian president said that the oppressive practices of the Palestinians, the settlement activities, the strangling of the Palestinian economy and the Israel act as a state above the Laws would not have been possible without the support of the US administration for the state of employment.
He underlined that Washington has set aside the principle of a two-state solution, and that what the current administration has done is a hard blow for the Arab peace initiative, noting that US President Donald Trump is practicing a policy contrary to international legitimacy in terms of peace in the region.
The Palestinian president pointed out that the United States is a disloyal agent in the Arab-Israeli conflict and can not accept a peace plan that does not respect the foundations of peace and resolutions of international legitimacy.
The Secretary General of the Islamic Cooperation Organization, Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed bin Abdul Rahman Al-Othaimeen said that "the speech of hatred and abuse of religions threatens the security of communities."
He renewed his rejection of terrorism in all its forms, especially in New Zealand, and said that "there is no alternative to dialogue to resolve conflicts," emphasizing "to deal with the phenomenon of terrorism."
"It is not acceptable that foreign countries and regional authorities determine the destination of these countries and that they share their influence on them, and the Arab world does not move," said Arab parliamentary president Mashaal bin Fahm al-Salami, president of the Arab parliament, for urgent Arab measures in Arab countries suffering internal conflicts and foreign interference. It's quiet "
The Yemeni president, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, Iran continues to try to control Arab capitals after the hunts of the Houthi militias take over the capital Sana.
He declared in his speech before the Arab summit in Tunisia that the Huthi militias caused a tragedy for the Yemeni population when they conveyed Sanaa and made it a great jail for the citizens.
At the end of the summit, the final statement highlighted the sovereignty of the UAE over its three islands (Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa) and supported all the measures taken to restore its sovereignty. "It called on Iran to respond to the UAE's initiative to find a peaceful solution to the issue of the three islands. Through direct negotiations or recourse to the International Court of Justice.
The statement rejected Iran's interference in Arab affairs, and the statement said it was unacceptable for the Arab region to continue to be the scene of foreign interference.
The statement emphasized the centrality of the Palestinian cause to the Arabs and emphasized the importance of global peace as an Arab option under the Arab peace initiative.
The statement spoke of the need to work to achieve settlements in Syria and Libya, and preserve the territorial integrity of Iraq, the stability of Lebanon and the development of Somalia.
The statement condemned the approach of Saudi territory with Houthi missiles, noting that the security of Saudi Arabia is part of the Arab security.
The declaration called for intensifying efforts to combat terrorism and extremism, and promote inter-religious dialogue as essential to the values of tolerance.
The statement also called for the suppression of Sudan from the list of support for terrorism.
• "The question of Palestine will remain at the height of the concerns of the Kingdom so that the Palestinian people has all their rights."
• "There is no way out of the Arab-Israeli conflict for a complete and fair peace solution."
"The interventions of our neighbors in the region, especially Iran and Turkey, have complicated the crisis."
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