Saudi Arabia won’t accept any move destabilizing Arab states

Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan emphasized on Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s utmost keenness in the unity, sovereignty and integrity o...

Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan emphasized on Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s utmost keenness in the unity, sovereignty and integrity of Arab territories, while addressing the opening session of the Arab Parliament in Cairo.

Saudi Gazette report

CAIRO — Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan emphasized on Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s utmost keenness in the unity, sovereignty and integrity of Arab territories, stating that any move to harm them or interfering to threaten their stability are unacceptable for the Kingdom.

“Saudi Arabia is also exerting all efforts to find political solutions to crises in Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Sudan,” he said. The minister made the remarks while addressing the opening session of the Arab Parliament in Cairo.

Prince Faisal said the Arab region is undergoing changes and challenges that affect political, economic and security life of many of the Arab countries and that are reflected in the humanitarian, developmental and social aspects of the Arab peoples.

“All this warrants from us serious moves to address threats facing our countries and peoples, and to move forward towards realizing the aspirations of the Arab peoples for security, stability and development.”

The minister said the Palestinian issue is the first and foremost among all issues of Arabs.

“The Palestine issue is receiving the greatest attention in our foreign policies, and we have called, and continue to call, for a comprehensive and just solution for it, in a way guaranteeing the restoration of all occupied Arab territories on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002, and that would contribute to achieving regional and international security and stability.”

On the Syrian crisis, Prince Faisal reiterated that political solution is the only solution to the Syrian crisis. “Saudi Arabia, along with its Arab brothers, has taken a unified and clear Arab position towards Turkey’s military intervention in northern Syria.”

He pointed out that Saudi Arabia is the largest supporter in resolving the crisis in Yemen, and would continue its recent efforts to reach a political solution to end the Yemeni crisis.

“Saudi Arabia has extended more than $14.5 billion to assist the people of Yemen,” he said while making an appeal to the international community to pay more attention to stop Iran-backed Houthi militias from making repeated attacks with missiles and drones targeting civilian areas, airports and installations in the Kingdom.

The minister stated that the Libyan crisis was at the center of the Kingdom’s foreign policy concerns, as it continued to call on the people of Libya of the necessity to show restraint and give top priority to preserving the unity and territorial integrity with establishing comprehensive peace.

Prince Faisal said the Kingdom seeks all security, political and legal means to fight terrorism.

“The Kingdom has established regional and international alliances against terrorism and has refused to link terrorism unjustly to the religion of Islam as the Kingdom has warned countries that sponsor terrorist acts and support armed militias, which interfere in the internal affairs of Arab countries and create division, differences and sectarianism.”

He said the Kingdom looks forward to further enhancing cooperation in the economic, development and investment fields among the Arab states.

“The issue of Arab integration and the common Arab market is one of the most important issues facing joint Arab action and that must be sought to achieve in light of the regional and international economic blocs,” he said noting that the Kingdom has close economic relations with many Arab, Islamic and friendly countries.

“The Kingdom also seeks to conclude new commercial partnerships and facilitate the flow of goods and capital as well as the movement of individuals,” he said, adding that the Kingdom is now more capable of achieving these goals in the light of the ambitious Vision 2030.

Source: Saudigazette.com.sa
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