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“The deadlock of the situation in Libya is not a solution, and there are situations that are subject to relapse,” Aboul Gheit says.

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Manama, May 15, 2024 (Lana) The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, considered that the situation in different countries that are witnessing crises, including Libya, regarding which decisions are being proposed at the upcoming Manama Summit is witnessing deadlock, calling for more joint efforts to resolve these issues.

This came in a remark by Aboul Gheit on Tuesday, during the opening session of the preparatory meeting of Arab foreign ministers for the 33rd Summit in Bahrain.

“The intense polarization at the international level is pushing us toward concerted action and greater Arab coordination. Our collective voice has value and is heard, and others pay attention to it. I am sure that this summit will live up to the aspirations of Arab citizens in its message and outcomes,” Aboul Gheit said.

The meetings of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level in preparation for the Arab Summit, which will be on Thursday in Bahrain, include 32 items, including the Palestinian issue, the Arab-Israeli conflict and its developments, and developments in the situation in Lebanon, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, the Comoros, and Djibouti.

The summit's agenda includes discussing the issue of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, as a decision is awaited confirming full Arab support for Egypt and Sudan in their water rights in the Nile River.