Mohammed VI pushes for an Arab Summit

Rabat- Morocco (PANA) -- Moroccan leader, King Mohammed VI has in telephone discussions with his Egyptian and Tunisian counterparts insisted on the urgency of an Arab League summit, according to the Moroccan news agency (MAP).
MAP said Mohammed VI raised the issue of the failed Tunis summit with Presidents Hosni Moubarak of Egypt and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia.
It said the king stressed "the need to hold this summit as soon as possible, in view of the pertinence of issues and projects on the agenda of the Arab League.
" Last Sunday, Moroccan Foreign minister Mohamed Benaissa proposed the holding of an extraordinary meeting of Arab Foreign ministers.
Earlier Saturday, Tunisia decided to postpone sine die the Arab Summit initially billed for Monday, after Arab countries failed to agree on the summit agenda.

31 march 2004 19:02:00




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