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Opening of the 30th Arab Summit in Tunis with the participation of Morocco

The 30th Arab summit at which HM King Mohammed VI is represented by the Minister of Justice, Mohammed Aujjar, opened on Sunday in Tunis.

This meeting will discuss a series of decisions adopted by the Arab Foreign Ministers including the situation in Lebanon, Syria, Libya and Yemen, support for peace and development in Sudan and Somalia, and as Iranian interference in the internal affairs of the Arab countries.

The agenda also includes topics on monitoring the political evolution of the Palestinian issue, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Arab peace initiative, Israeli violations in the city of Al Quds, colonization Palestinian prisoners and refugees.

Arab leaders will have to discuss other issues, including support for displaced people in Arab countries, the fight against international terrorism and the reform of Arab League structures.

Among the items on the agenda are the draft decisions on the protection of the rights of the elderly, as part of a comprehensive strategy in the region, the Arab Action Plan to address the social causes of terrorism. and on the protection of children in areas of armed conflict.

The Summit will address other issues related to the Palestinian National Enterprise for Economic Empowerment, in addition to the executive focus of the Arab Habitat Strategy and Sustainable Urban Development.

The Moroccan delegation to this summit also includes Ms. Mounia Boucetta, Secretary of State to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ahmed Tazi, Ambassador of the Kingdom in Cairo and his Permanent Delegate to the Arab League, as well as Fouad Akhrif Director of the Mashreq, Golf and Arab and Islamic Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

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