Arab concerns over the after war against Taliban
Regional-USA, Politics, 11/15/2001
The BBC correspondent to the meetings of the UN General Assembly in New York said in a report she sent on Wednesday that these meetings showed off the concern of the Arab states over the phase after the war against Taliban, especially as the US linked some of the organization in the Arab states to terrorism like Hizbullah in Lebanon and Palestinian organizations taking Syria as a headquarters. A matter which drew signs to tension in the relation with Washington.
The correspondent said that the Arab foreign ministers expressed the atmospheres of the Arab concerns in a meeting they held in New York inside the premises of the UN through two interventions. One was debated by the Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara had the tile " fighting terrorism" in which he ignored the current warnings at the level of the press, politics and the diplomacy from directing the attention to the Middle East region after the war in Afghanistan while the second intervention was by the Lebanese foreign minister Mahmoud hammoud in which he debated Lebanon's position to link terrorism to resistance, noting Beirut's position towards the American request concerning the Hizbullah party which Washington considers as a supporter to terrorism.
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