Arab Summit rejects Olmert's plan to demarcate the Israeli borders
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 3/30/2006
One of the main resolutions taken by the Arab leaders in their summit was their rejection of the plan of the leader of the Kadima party leader, the Israeli acting prime minister Ehud Olmert, to demarcate Israel's borders unilaterally.
The summit also decided to allocate a sum of $ 155 million to contribute to financing the African forces working in Darfur during the 6 coming months.
The Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said that the Arab leaders also agreed to dispatch Arab- African forces to the district.
Concerning the Lebanese situation, the summit embarked on a formula supporting Lebanon in its efforts to restore back the Shabaa Farms and consider the "Lebanese resistance as a natural and sincere expression for the right of the Lebanese people to liberate their lands and defend their honor in withstanding the Israeli aggressions and ambitions."
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