(Worthy News) – The foreign ministers of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, and Syria met in Amman on Monday to discuss Syria’s reentry into the Arab League. The talks, which include the discussion of obligations that Syria must fulfill in order to reenter, are part of an initiative led by Jordan.
A summary statement produced after the meetings mentioned the need to “prioritize ending the Syrian crisis.”
The talks were a follow-up to an earlier meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council member states that was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Apr. 14. That meeting, held at Saudi Arabia’s invitation, was also attended by Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt. Monday’s meeting in Amman introduced the presence of Syria’s Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad as well. [ Source: Media Line (Read More…) ]
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