Syria and return to the Arab League !!

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Afrasianet - Some Arab countries, including Egypt, the Emirates and Iraq, are discussing with other Arab countries coordination for the return of Damascus to its seat in the League. Intense Arab moves aiming at the return of Syria to the seat of the Arab League during the upcoming summit, which Algeria expressed its willingness to host.

Several indicators coincide with information about the imminent return operation. According to information, according to sources ... most of the Arab countries have expressed their agreement to Syria's return to the League, but the positions of some "unnamed" countries have not yet been clear.

Coordination between Egypt and Damascus was at the highest levels, and there were also contacts between Syria and some Gulf states. What is happening is a necessity not only for Syria, but for all Arabs who are now threatened by more than one external force to control their capabilities and the future of their future generations.

In November 2011, the Arab foreign ministers suspended Syria's membership in the Arab League, and following the issuance of this resolution, which was approved by 18 Arab countries, in exchange for the rejection of Syria, Lebanon and Yemen, it was announced that economic and political sanctions were imposed on Syria.

After countries with political weight entered the Syrian file, in addition to encircling the Syrian issue, the positions of some Arab countries began to relax and normalize their political relations, especially those whose positions were less severe. National slogans.

Or perhaps it opened its eyes with certainty about the project that was targeting the region, starting with Syria and all other countries, which made it change its positions, according to experts.

During a press conference with the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, in the Emirati capital, Abu Dhabi, the Emirati Foreign Minister, Abdullah bin Zayed, stated that the journey of Syria's return to its regional environment has begun, and it is imperative, as it is an interest for Syria and the Arab League as well,

As he put it. Shukry, the Egyptian Foreign Minister, renewed the talk about “the return of Syria” during a meeting of Arab foreign ministers at the 155th session of the League of Arab States Council, on March 3, 2021, considering its return to the Arab Incubator “a vital matter”, in order to maintain Arab national security.

Egypt's position was clear. Sisi has always called for support of what he described as the “national army” in Syria, in reference to Syrian legitimacy. On February 14, 2020, Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum called for an end to the suspension of Syria's membership in the Arab League.

Boukadoum said, during a press conference with his Mauritanian counterpart, Ismail Ould Sheikh Ahmed, that Algeria calls for "the acceptance of Syria's return to the arms of the Arab League." The Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, renewed these calls only a week after Boukadoum's statements, during the period in which Algeria was preparing to host the work of the Arab summit at its regular session in March of the same year.

Tebboune said, during an interview with the "Russia Today" channel, that Syria deserves to return to the Arab League, because it is loyal to its principles, as he put it. In the context, the Iraqi Foreign Minister, Fuad Hussein, during his visit to Saudi Arabia last February, called for the return of Syria to the Arab League,

indicating during his meeting with the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdul Latif Al-Zayani, the need for this return to achieve the principle of integration in Arab work and coordination Ten years after the start of the Syrian crisis and the grinding multinational war that accompanied it, the Syrian economy suffered heavy losses that depleted and destroyed more than two-thirds of its resources.

As a result of these losses, the GDP of this economy, which was among the most diversified economies of the developing countries, fell to less than 20 billion dollars by the year 2019, after it increased to 60 billion dollars in 2010.


In addition, a vital section of bridges and roads was also sabotaged, and railways were dismantled and sold as scrap. In addition, about 70 percent of the electricity stations, gas and oil pipelines were destroyed.

The opposition "Syrian Democratic Forces" and US forces control oil and gas in the east of the country. Here, we must recall the words of former US President Trump when he said that "these forces are there to protect the oil installations and that he expects to make millions of dollars" from the seizure of Syrian oil and grains stored in the governorates of Hasaka, Deir Ezzor and Raqqa.

The matter does not differ with Erdogan, as the position of the Turkish President regarding the continuation of his brutal aggression and his policy of aggression on the land of an Arab country has raised many questions about his aims to wage war on northern Syria, and what is the truth about his desire to fight terrorism as he claims. Military analyst

Brigadier General Khalil Al-Helou said that Erdogan is hiding under the guise of fighting terrorism, but in fact he supports terrorism not only in Syria, but also in many Arab countries.

International law guarantees states all the right to sovereignty over their territories, as well as the United Nations Charter issued in 1945, which stipulated principles governing relations between states, which are binding principles, the most important of which are the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of states, the principle of respect for regional sovereignty, as well as the principle of equal legal status To countries. For his part, the military analyst, Charles Abi Nader, believes that Turkey has an integrated plan, and hidden goals of its aggression against Syria, in contrast to what it claims to fight terrorism.

Abi Nader added in an interview across al-Ghad that among his goals is to create chaos in the areas of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces, in order to give him some international legitimacy to intervene to control security and fight terrorism.

The Arabs felt the mistake they committed by abandoning Syria, and they are striving to reform it, not out of love, but rather from interests after they have become threatened from all sides due to the short beginnings that they follow or that dictate to them.

The return of Syria to the Arab League does not concern Syria alone, which has borne on the Arabs the evil of the enemy and who used to call himself friend together. Rather, it is a sound start on the line of challenges facing the Arab nation.

 

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