Cairo: Drones pose a serious threat to the security and stability of the Gulf and Arab countries, said Dr. Mohammad al-Fuwaila, chairman of the Arab Parliament’s Foreign, Political and National Security Commission and Kuwait’s MP. Stated. He spoke at the end of the Commission’s session in preparation for the third session of tomorrow’s second legislative session. He said the Commission is investigating the issue and will discuss it with all Arab countries to devise measures to resolve the issue, which is a threat to the new region. Meanwhile, the MP said the meeting also discussed the situation in Libya, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, and the political situation in the Arab world.
Separately, Dr. Hassan al-Madani, Vice-Chairman of the Arab Parliament, called for Parliament’s vision for achieving the goals of sustainable development. This was announced in the conclusion of the Joint Committee on Sustainable Development, beside the third legislative session of the Arab Parliament, which will be held tomorrow.
Ticks emphasized the importance of sustainable development as it is the best solution to achieve a safe recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. He created the Sustainable Development Commission under its chair in April last year to revitalize the Arab Parliament’s efforts to achieve the goals of the 17 goals of the Sustainable Development Plan. He added that he specialized in working plans for.
He also addressed the meeting of the Arab League’s Committee on Sustainable Development and International Cooperation and the International Red Cross Mission in Cairo, as well as reports on participation in the Arab Week for Sustainable Development. I pointed out that. It was held from February 13th to 15th. It was agreed to emphasize the importance of promoting a youth economic recovery program after the outbreak of the pandemic and to develop a vision for supporting SMEs. Kuwaiti parliamentarians and members of the Arab Parliament, Khaled Al-Otaibi, attended the meeting.
In other news, the Arab League’s High Commission on Nuclear and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction has announced that it will hold its 58th meeting under the chair of Kuwait. In a statement to the press, Abdulaziz Saud al-Jalara, Assistant Secretary of Foreign Affairs, said in a two-day discussion that the Commission had some problems related to limiting nuclear weapons and their spread. Stated.
He added that he appreciates the work of the second meeting of the United Nations Conference on the Establishment of the Middle East without nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction. He pointed out the conclusions of their work. The Committee will submit the results of the meeting to the next meeting of the Arab League Council at the Arab Ministerial level, scheduled for March 9, 2022. – KUNA
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