Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announced the conclusion of the 31st Arab League Summit in Algiers on Wednesday.
Tebboune expressed his appreciation for the participants of the summit, saying that it managed to reunite, strengthen solidarity and unify the Arab countries.
For his part, President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas called to form an Arab ministerial committee to achieve the Arab Peace Initiative and promote the Arab narrative regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“We look forward to your support through issuing a resolution in this summit to form an Arab ministerial committee to be active at the international level and aims at exposing the practices of Israeli occupation and demonstrate the Arab narrative which is unfortunately completely missed in the Western World where the Zionist narrative dominates,” he said.
Meanwhile, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi urged Arab countries to support the efforts to achieve a political settlement in Libya without ‘any external dictations’.
“A political settlement that is exclusively led and owned by Libyans without any external dictations, all the way through to holding presidential and parliamentary election simultaneously,” he added.
The summit was held against a backdrop of rising inflation, food and energy shortages, drought and the soaring cost of living across the Arab world.
It was the first Arab League summit since 2019, and many Arab countries established diplomatic ties with Israel.