Tunisia summit to discuss cancelling 75% of Iraqi debts from Arab funds
The preparatory meetings of the 30th Arab Summit held in Tunisia included the addition of an item to the agenda that includes the extinguishment of 75 percent of Iraq’s debts within the support funds provided to the Arab countries and a unified Arab position on the violation of Iraqi sovereignty by Turkish forces, Economy News reported.
The official spokesman for the Arab summit, Ambassador Mahmoud al-Khumairi said in press remarks, that “the meeting of delegates discussed 21 items in addition to the latest developments, first and foremost the report of the Saudi presidency of the previous Arab summit and the twenty-ninth report of the Secretary-General On the march of joint Arab action. ”
Khumairi added that “the agenda topped the political developments of the Palestinian issue and the Arab-Israeli conflict, activating the Arab peace initiative, the Israeli violations in the occupied city of Jerusalem, follow-up of settlement developments and support of the Palestinian state budget and the steadfastness of the Palestinian people.
“The agenda also includes the crisis in Syria, developments in the situation in Libya and Yemen, and an item on the adoption of a unified Arab position on the violation of Iraqi sovereignty by the Turkish forces, items on supporting peace and development in the Republic of Sudan, support for the Republic of Somalia, In the internal affairs of the Arab States. ”
Khumairi added “adding an item on internally displaced persons in the Arab countries and displaced Iraqis in particular and included a list of draft resolutions submitted by the Economic and Social Council. The agenda also included an item on the extinguishment of 75% of Iraq’s debt within the support funds provided to the Arab countries within the framework of the League of Arab States.” Source