The Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan will head on Tuesday the Saudi delegation to the Arab Summit, on behalf of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
Algeria is hosting the 31st Ordinary Arab Summit, the fourth in its history since the founding of the Arab League on March 22, 1945.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, Prince Faisal bin Farhan left today for Algeria at the head of a high-level diplomatic delegation.
Saudi participation confirms the Kingdom’s active role in promoting joint Arab action and its firm positions towards many common challenges facing the Arab region and the world.
The Kingdom places the Palestinian issue at the top of its foreign policy to find a just and comprehensive solution to it. This is following international legitimacy resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative.
According to the official agency, it is scheduled to review the Kingdom’s efforts to communicate with the parties to the (Russian-Ukrainian) crisis to find a political solution that will lead to an end to the crisis and the cessation of military operations.
The Saudi delegation, headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, will discuss the latest developments in Arab issues, most notably the crisis in Yemen. They will also discuss the Kingdom’s support in all ways that lead to enabling the Yemeni Presidential Leadership Council to perform its roles.
The agenda of the meetings discuss the file of Iranian interference in several Arab countries, and the Iranian nuclear program. The Kingdom reiterates its position calling for the importance of intensifying and doubling international efforts to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia also calls on “Iran” to cooperate fully with the International Atomic Energy Agency and to take serious steps to build confidence between it and the Arab countries and the international community.
The meeting’s items include reviewing the Kingdom’s hosting of Expo 20302030.