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Algeria takes over presidency of Arab Summit

Arab Summit: President Tebboune receives Algeria’s guest at CIC
 
ALGIERS- President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune received Tuesday, at the International Centre of Conferences Abdelatif-Rahal (CIC, Algiers), the leaders and heads of Arab delegations participating in the 31st Arab Summit.
 
The Arab leaders as well as the officials of international organizations, the guests of honor of the Arab Summit, arrived in Algiers on Monday and Tuesday to take part in this meeting which is held under the sign of the unification of the ranks and the strengthening of the joint Arab action.
 
 
 
 
 
Algeria takes over presidency of Arab Summit
 
ALGIERS- Algeria, represented by President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune, has taken over the presidency of the 31st Arab Summit at the opening of works of this event which is taking place at the International Center of Conferences (CIC), in Algiers.
 
President Tebboune took over the presidency of the Summit from his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied, whose country chaired the 30th session in 2019.
 
 
The Summit’s works are held with the participation of leaders and heads of Arab delegations, as well as guests of honor, notably UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, current Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Macky Sall, and current Chairperson of the Non-Aligned Movement Ilham Aliyev. 
 
Arab league Summit opens in Algiers         
ALGIERS- The 31st ordinary session of the Arab League Summit opened Tuesday at Abdellatif Rahal International Press Centre, in Algiers, with the participation of Arab leaders, heads of State and government, including President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune, in addition to guest of honours.
Held under the sign of Arab reunification and more effective joint Arab action, the Summit of Algiers is aimed at reaching a consensus on several issues and challenges facing the Arab nation and to give a fresh impetus to the joint Arab action.
 
Algiers Arab Summit emphasizes centrality of Palestinian cause
ALGIERS- Palestinian analysts and journalists said the Arab Summit in Algeria, which hosted recently a conference for reconciliation among Palestinian factions culminating in the declaration of Algiers, reiterated the centrality of the Palestinian cause.
The Palestinian political analyst Mohamed Chakbaoui said the great interest given by Algeria to the Palestinian cause shows the centrality of the cause in the Arab world, praising the Declaration of Algiers signed at the end of the conference on the Palestinian reconciliation.
Noting that Algeria has achieved a historic national unity, the analyst said the Palestinian leaders and people support the Declaration and are committed to its implementation.
The Palestinian political analyst Ali Chak said the Palestinian cause was always on the agenda of the previous Arab League Summits, but is even more at this summit in Algeria, the country that attaches a great importance to the cause.
According to him, Algeria's constant position over the Palestinian issue is the Summit's pledge of success.
The Palestinian journalist Dhia Bouhoucha said the particularity of this Summit is the country hosting it, namely Algeria, hence the great hopes for the Palestinians.
The Palestinian people do not only need financial support, they also want an unequivocal support against Zionist aggressions.
 
Arab Summit: President Tebboune can deservedly lead summit in service of joint action
ALGIERS-The President of the Republic of Iraq, Abdul Latif Rashid hailed Wednesday in Algiers the efforts made by Algeria to hold the Arab Summit, expressing "absolute confidence" in the ability of President Tebboune to lead the summit "deservedly and with wisdom” in the service of the joint Arab action.
Speaking on the second day of the 31st Arab Summit, held at the International Conference Center (ICC) "Abdelatif Rahal" and chaired by the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, chairman of the session, the Iraqi president said that the changes that have occurred in some Arab countries and at the regional and international levels require consensual decisions to better understand the reality of international relations in this delicate situation, and reach a constructive agreement between our countries.
“I hope the summit will be the beginning of an easing of tensions within the joint Arab action,” he said.     
He welcomed Algeria's efforts for the unification of the Palestinian ranks, which culminated in the "Algiers Declaration.”
The Iraqi president also stressed the importance of continuing efforts to strengthen dialogue and stability in Lebanon, Libya, Syria, and Sudan.
He called for unifying Arab positions in this international situation marked by several challenges.
"The world lives is in crisis, hence the need to assume our responsibilities towards our countries and our region in this delicate situation," he said.
"What unites the peoples and the Arab States is more important than what divides them,” affirmed Rashid
 
Arab Summit in Algiers: Palestinian President calls for creation of Arab ministerial committees to support Palestine
ALGIERS-The President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas called Wednesday during the 31st Arab Summit in Algiers for the creation of two Arab ministerial committees to support Palestine at the international level.
Speaking on the second day of the Arab Summit, President Abbas called for the creation of two Arab ministerial committees, "the first of which would be responsible for exposing, internationally, the practices of the Zionist occupation and explain the Palestinian position," and the second would work to implement the Arab peace initiative and help Palestine achieve full membership in the United Nations (UN).
The Palestinian president also urged Arab leaders to support the holding of an international summit for peace based on international legality and to provide international protection for the Palestinian people in addition to the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 (protection of civilians), General Assembly Resolution 181 (Palestine partition plan) and General Assembly Resolution 194 (which emphasizes the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and recover their property).
President Abbas sought the support of Arab leaders for the creation of a legal commission to prosecute the non-applicable crimes committed against the Palestinian people since the Balfour Declaration (1917).
The State of Palestine will challenge the relationship with the Zionist entity, which is undermining the two-state solution, disregarding signed agreements, and continuing its unilateral practices, he said.
"This situation leaves us no choice but to review this relationship, implement the decisions of the Palestinian National Councils, resort to international courts and join other international organizations to protect the rights of the Palestinian people,” he stressed.
On this occasion, the Palestinian president thanked the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, and through him the Algerian people, for holding this summit in Algiers to strengthen solidarity and joint Arab action.
"We support Palestine until the achievement of the expected goals," said President Tebboune after the speech delivered by President Abbas.
 
 31st session of Arab Summit wraps up in Algiers
ALGIERS-The 31st ordinary session of the Arab Summit wrapped up Wednesday afternoon at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Algiers after a plenary session chaired by the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
The summit culminated in the "Algiers Declaration,” read by the Permanent Representative of Algeria to the United Nations, Ambassador Nadir Larbaoui, and the announcement of the next Arab summit to be held in Saudi Arabia.

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