GCC Ministerial Meeting discusses key issues

Published 2 Sep 2009
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GCC Ministerial Meeting discusses key issues
Jeddah - The 112th Session of the Ministerial Council and the Joint Meeting for the Gulf Cooperation Council foreign ministers concluded yesterday in Jeddah city. The meeting discussed a host of issues including the Palestinian cause, issues concerning the GCC member states as well as areas of joint cooperation, Saudi Press Agency reported.
The meeting reaffirmed its support for the call launched by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud at Arab Economic Summit held in Kuwait, also praising what has been achieved at the level of Arab reconciliation and the return of cohesion and solidarity to the Arab ranks to face the difficult circumstances with an Arab strong and collective commitment to meet the challenges and risks.
The Omani Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs Yousef Bin Alawi bin Abdullah, who presided over the session, said that the meeting was significant as it will discuss issues including Palestinian cause, Arab-Israeli conflict as well as political, economic, social and security issues in the GCC member states and areas of joint cooperation among these countries
The meeting's agenda includes fields of joint cooperation of interest to humans and the environment in our countries, stressing that extensive deliberations will be crowned with success.

Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:33 PM Saudi Arabia Time


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