ALGIERS, Tuesday, October 25, 2022 (WAFA) - The preparatory meetings for the 31st Arab Summit, which will be hosted by Algeria on November 1 and 2 under the title of the "Arab Reunion" summit, will kick off tomorrow, Wednesday, in Algiers.
The first meetings will be for the permanent delegates, with the participation of Palestine’s representative in the Arab League, Diab al-Louh, and senior officials of the Economic and Social Council. It will last for two days, followed on Thursday by a meeting of senior officials of the Council and then the foreign ministers on the 29th and 30th of this month, prior to the Arab Summit.
The latest developments in the Palestinian cause will top the Arab summit agenda, especially in light of the Israeli practices against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories, in addition to African-European-Arab region relations for free trade, economy, investment and trade exchange.
The summit is scheduled to discuss a number of draft resolutions to end inter-Arab differences and restore calm in order to achieve stability and development for the Arab peoples.
The Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League, Hossam Zaki, stressed the importance of the Arab summit in Algeria, as it has not been held in three years since 2019, at a time when crises have worsened and some of them are still ongoing, which indicates the importance of holding the summit at this time.