The UAE chairs the meeting of the Arab Ministerial Committee concerned with countering Iranian interference
Khalifa Shaheen Al-Marar, Minister of State, chaired the meeting of the Quartet of Arab Ministerial Committee concerned with following up the developments of the crisis with Iran, and ways to address its interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries.
The meeting took place today, on the sidelines of the work of the (155) session of the Council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level, with the participation of members of the committee from Egypt, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Bahrain, in addition to the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States.
Khalifa Shaheen Al-Marar also headed the UAE delegation to the meeting of the Ministerial Council of the League of Arab States in its regular session, and participated in the consultative meeting of Arab Foreign Ministers, which was held today prior to the session at the level of foreign ministers.
The closed consultative meeting of Arab Foreign Ministers came to coordinate positions on issues on the agenda of the new session of the Council, and the Council approved the reappointment of the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, for a second session, and a number of decisions concerned with issues of joint Arab action in the political, economic and social fields. And legal, human rights, financial and administrative affairs.
Khalifa Shaheen Al-Marar participated in the meeting of the Arab Ministerial Committee concerned with following up on Turkish interventions in the internal affairs of Arab countries, which was held today, on the sidelines of the work of the 155th session of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level.
The ministerial committee includes: Egypt as a "president", the UAE, Iraq, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit.
The committee discussed illegal Turkish interference in a number of Arab countries.
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