Syria to return to Arab fold with UAE's support and praise

According to Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, the diplomatic advisor to President His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed the UAE is in favor of Syria reclaiming its position and role in the Arab world

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Initial remarks from the UAE on Syria's membership in the Arab League

The UAE offers its opinion on Syria's re-admission to the Arab League. Dr. Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic adviser to the president of the UAE, reacted to Syria's re-entry into the Arab League, calling it a positive move that reactivates the Arab role in this crucial issue.

Gargash stated in a post on the social media platform "Twitter" that Syria's re-admission to the Arab League is a positive move that reactivates the Arab role in this crucial issue. More cooperation and communication are needed to address the difficulties in the area while protecting Arab nations and their citizens.

The UAE feels it is crucial to forge ties and identify common ground in order to promote regional prosperity and stability, he added. The re-admission of Syria to the Arab League, according to Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit, does not imply that the

An Overview of the League of Arab States' History The League of Arab States

History of the League of Arab States

usually known as the Arab League, is a regional organization of Arab countries that works to promote cooperation and cohesion among its members. On March 22, 1945, in Cairo, Egypt, six countries—Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Transjordan (later Jordan)—formed the Arab League. Its creation was largely motivated by a desire to uphold Arab state sovereignty and independence as well as to fend against colonial powers' and Zionism's regional influence.

The bulk of the Arab world is represented among the 22 current members of the Arab League. Comoros joined the group as a new member in 1993, The charter of the Arab League lists the organization's objectives, guiding principles, and organs. The highest body is the Council, The General Secretariat, the executive branch, the Arab Parliament, the legislative body, and the decision-making body are the primary institutions. There are specialty committees and organizations within the Arab League that deal with a variety of issues, such as defense, education, culture, health, and the economy.

The Arab League has had a tremendous impact on the political and social environment of the Middle East and North Africa. Among the conflicts and crises in which it has been involved are the Arab-Israeli Wars, the Suez Crisis, the Lebanese Civil War, the Gulf War, the Arab Spring, and the Syrian Civil War In addition, it has launched a variety of initiatives and projects to promote cooperation and integration among its participants, including the Arab Peace Initiative, the Joint Defence and Economic Cooperation Treaty, the Greater Arab Free Trade Area, and the Arab Common Market.

The Arab League has experienced several challenges and criticisms during the course of its existence. One of these is its inability to resolve conflicts amicably among its members or with outside parties another is its failure to uphold democracy and human rights in some of its member states a third is its inability to adjust to the shifting dynamics and demands of the region, and a fourth is its marginalization by other regional and global powers. Despite these difficulties, the Arab League continues to be a significant actor in the region and a symbol of Arab identity and aspirations.

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