Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said that resolving the current Gulf crisis will take time and deep thinking about the consequences, but “it will have an end”.
He was speaking at a joint press conference with Foreign Minister of Djibouti, the chairman of the 148th session of the Arab League Council, after the conclusion of the Arab ministerial meeting yesterday evening.
Asked about the reform and development of the institutions of joint Arab action, he said that there is a committee concerned with this matter and hoped for a consensus among Arab countries in this regard.
The Arab League Council reiterated its commitment to the unity and sovereignty of the Libyan territory, and to reject foreign intervention of any kind, unless it was at the request of and in co-ordination with the Presidency Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord.
The council also stressed its firm commitment to preserving Syria’s sovereignty and territorial unity as well as its stability and regional security.
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