Report: President Mubarak to call for five-member Arab summit
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 3/28/2000
The Jordanian weekly al-Majd reported in its most recent issue that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will start upon his arrival back from Cairo measures to contact the Arab states bordering Israel (Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine and Lebanon) in order to convene a five-member summit in Egypt.
The aim of this summit is to draw up a united strategy concerning the peace process and the restoration of coordination among the Arab states bordering Israel after Israel "could previously play on Arab contradiction."
The paper added that in the Egyptian efforts aimed at convening the five-member summit, which Egyptian sources in Cairo expected to be held in Cairo, succeed, President Mubarak will call for convening a plenary Arab summit in June. This summit would be to announce officially and collectively non-abidance of Arab states on the siege on Iraq.
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