Saudi-Syrian ministerial meeting on the sidelines of the Arab summit
In preparation for the 32nd Arab League Summit, which will take place in Jeddah on May 19, they met outside of a ministerial gathering. Prince Faisal spoke during the preliminary meeting, welcoming Syria's participation and urging Arab unity to address pressing world issues,JEDDAH: On the eve of a ministerial preparation meeting for the 32nd Arab League Summit, which will take place in Jeddah on Friday, Saudi Arabia's Prince Faisal bin Farhan visited his Syrian counterpart, Faisal Mekdad.
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According to insiders, they talked about recent events in Syria and the surrounding area and exchanged opinions on other topics of shared interest, They also discussed the summit's agenda, which would include Syria's readmission into the Arab League as one of the main themes.
Prince Faisal spoke at the ministerial conference itself, welcoming Syria's participation and urging Arab unification in efforts to address significant global concerns. On May 11, King Salman of Saudi Arabia formally invited Syrian President Bashar Assad to attend the Arab League conference. President Bashar Assad will attend the summit, according to Mekdad, who stated this at the planning meeting.
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Since its membership in the Arab League was terminated in 2011, Syria will be attending this event for the first time. After many weeks of ministerial conferences in Jordan and Egypt, Syria extended an invitation. Prince Faisal participated in a regional conference of foreign ministers on Syria on May 1 in Amman.
The prince's equivalents from Jordan, Syria, Iraq, and Egypt were among the other attendees. Finding a political solution to the protracted situation in Syria that would stop worsening consequences while protecting Syria's unity, security, and stability, as well as keeping its Arab character, was at the centre of their deliberations. The ministers emphasised the need to end the nation's humanitarian crisis and establish conditi