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Saudi Crown Prince Opens 33rd Arab Summit, Calls for Ceasefire in Gaza

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has opened the 33rd Arab Summit, held today in the Bahraini capital, Manama.

The Crown Price has headed to Manama this morning to lead the Kingdom’s delegation to the Summit that takes place during exceptional circumstances with Gaza War and various pressing challenges and conflicts in the Arab region.

During his speech, the Crown Prince called for the international community to support the ceasefire efforts in Gaza.

“The international community should put an end to the Israeli aggression on Gaza,” Mohammed bin Salman stated.

Moreover, Bin Salman called for “stopping any activity that affects the safety of maritime navigation.”

It is noteworthy that the primary focus of the Manama summit is the Palestinian cause, a pressing concern topping the agendas of all Arab summits.

Furthermore, the Arab leaders will tackle civil wars and unrest in Sudan and Yemen, with Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Libya.

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