Top diplomats from Saudi Arabia and its allies wrapped up two days of talks in Jordan’s Dead Sea resort on Thursday, aimed at coordinating policy on conflicts gripping the region.

The closed-door meetings were a “consultation between brothers and friends,” Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said.

The six ministers exchanged views “on our regional issues and ways of cooperation to overcome regional crises,” he said.

The Dead Sea meeting came amid debate over the return of Syria to the Arab League, which suspended Damascus’ membership in November 2011.

Several Arab states, including Lebanon and Tunisia, have called for Syria’s return, AFP reports.

The talks, which also involved the foreign ministers of Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates, came two weeks before a planned US-Polish conference on the Middle East.

 

 

Source: RT

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Was I Bashar, I’d do a communiqué saying no way Syria will return to Arab-League.
I’d even start de-Arabisation of the country by making Syriac the official language, Kurdish a regional language and start a progressive trashing of Arabic.
Any way, except a few tribes around, Syrians are not Arabs, they’re mainly Aramaeans then Assyrians then Kurds in terms of ethnicities.

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@Daeshbags-Sux, making Aramaic another official language could be a good warning to Arab league. We are all from the same DNA continuum.

So I do not understand the whole haggling about who is who.

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If You have such brothers and friends You do not need other enemies. The majority of the states present at the meeting were into the Syrian oil and pipeline war. Toether with Turkey and the US they carry full responsibility to have acted against UN’s A/RES/2625(XXV).

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“If You have such brothers and friends You do not need other enemies”
=> This is obvious. A.L. is a snake pit from the start!