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Sayyid Asaad meets prime ministers, foreign ministers

Sayyid Asaad meets prime ministers, foreign ministers

Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt  – 

Sayyid Asaad bin Tariq al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Affairs and Personal Representative of His Majesty the Sultan, met prime ministers and foreign ministers of numerous nations on Monday.

Sayyid Asaad met them separately at the venue of the initial Arab-European summit in Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt.

Sayyid Asaad met Juri Ratas, Prime Minister of Estonia, Charles Michel, Prime Minister of Belgium, Andrej Babis, Prime Minister of Czech Republic, Peter Pellegrini, Prime Minister of Slovakia and Josep Borrell, Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation.

Sayyid Asaad discussed avenues of cooperation as nicely as implies of advertising them in different fields throughout the meetings.

Topics listed on the agenda of the summit had been discussed, in addition to exchanging cordial conversations and discussing concerns of frequent concern.

Arab-EU summit concludes

The initial League of Arab States-European Union Summit concluded on Monday.

The final communiqué stressed on strengthening the Arab-European partnership and supporting an international and multilateral program. It supported the agreement to resolve the Libyan crisis identified as Skhirat agreement and welcomed the Stockholm Agreement on ceasefire in Hodeidah in Yemen and enabling the arrival of humanitarian help. The communiqué also referred to as for cooperation in fight against terrorism.

It referred to as on the Arab and EU states to cooperate in stopping illegal immigration, drying up the sources of assistance for terrorist groups and organisations and stopping incitement to hatred and racism.

It also referred to as for adherence to the Middle East peace procedure, elimination of weapons of mass destruction from the Middle East and resolving the Syrian crisis.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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