Kingdom calls for revival of Arab Peace Initiative

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Saudi Arabia – through Ayman al-Wash – urged the kingdom to revive the Arab peace initiative launched 20 years ago to return Palestinian land seized by Israel.

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah and League of Arab States Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit convened a roundtable meeting of members of the Arab Peace Initiative Committee and European countries sponsoring peace, to mark the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Kingdom’s Arab Peace Initiative, and hosted by the High Representative for Politics was done Foreign Affairs and Security of the European Union Josep Borrell.

The meeting has come to build the Arab Peace Initiative, which is a starting point for the Palestinian, Arab and Islamic position and a fundamental basis for any solution to the peace process for the international partners and in light of the absence of political potential. A solution to the conflict, the alarming deterioration of the humanitarian situation, and the growing threats, including the rapid expansion of illegal Israeli settlements in the territories, the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and the fear and danger of a new wave of violence that threatens our fellow Palestinians. Security and stability of the region.

The Kingdom launched the Arab Peace Initiative, which was adopted by the League of Arab States at the Beirut Summit in 2002, supported by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and welcomed by the European Union, the United Nations and the rest of the international community, and two decades later, Israeli and Palestinian It is the main basis for reaching a lasting, comprehensive and just peace agreement between them.

On the other hand, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah chaired the Gulf ministerial meeting “Troika” with the British side.

Both sides reviewed the prospects for Gulf-British relations based on the long history of friendship, understanding and cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council and the United Kingdom for common interests and the importance of continuing joint work between the two countries. Sides and cooperation in many political, economic, security and cultural fields. Mutual interest in promoting and developing free trade negotiations and trade and economic relations between the two sides. The meeting discussed political and security developments in the region, regional and international issues of common interest and the importance of continued coordination between the two sides to enhance areas of cooperation and common interests.

Yesterday, Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah participated in the high-level ministerial meeting of the Friends of the Global Development Initiative, chaired by the People’s Republic of China on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly. York.

He noted the need to tackle the challenges hindering sustainable development through collective action and multilateral frameworks, stressing that developing countries will be more affected than others when international cooperation declines. He referred to the pillars of the state’s Vision 2030 and its alignment with the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Working with the People’s Republic of China and other partners to accelerate sustainable development.

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Participants in the Gulf Troika:

Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah, Foreign Minister of Kuwait.

Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar, UAE Minister of State.

Dr. Abdul Latif Al Zayani, Foreign Minister of Bahrain.

Dr. Muhammad Al-Hassan, Representative of Oman to the United Nations.

Sultan Al Muraikhi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar.

Dr. Falah Al-Hajraf Secretary of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

James Cleverness, British Foreign Secretary.

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