MOHAMED ABD EL GHANY
The Deputy Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Hossam Zaki declared that the position of the University has not changed with regard to Syria's membership in the Organization, and that it is still frozen, noting that the return does not it is linked to the summit.
In a review of the results of the Arab League's 2018 work, Ambassador Hossam Zaki said at a press conference: "There is no change in our position regarding Syria's membership and the freezing of its seat so far ".
He stressed that "the decision to join Syria is the decision of the States of any Member State, not the Secretariat, and while the Arab countries have taken a position to agree on the freezing of Syria's participation, the return of Damascus to its headquarters requires the same consent ".
Zaki stressed that, in the recent period, "there was a similar discussion, there was no consensus, and we can say that the elements of the elements of compatibility do not exist so far".
Regarding the visit of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to Syria, Zaki said: "We did not coordinate Sudan with this".
Ambassador Zaki stressed that "the situation in Iraq concerns the general situation in the Arab Mashreq and in the Gulf region, and is of great importance, and we support everything that would strengthen the stability of Iraq".
On the other hand, the international official announced that there is an Arab diplomatic effort to recognize the state of Palestine, and many countries have taken positive steps such as withdrawing the recognition of Colombia from the state of Palestine last August . Paraguay also announced the withdrawal by withdrawing the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
"The Arab League is making great efforts during the current period to prepare for three summits in the next three months, the fourth economic and development summit that next January will host Lebanon, the European Arab summit in Egypt next February, , Which will be held in Tunisia in March 2019.