Algeria says that Syria will not raise the issue of retaking its seat in the Arab League

Algeria is making an effort to hold the Arab summit, trying to avoid anything that could hinder its celebration, given its diplomatic differences with several Arab countries, due to the files of the Moroccan Sahara, Iran, Ethiopia and Syria.

Algeria announced that Syria “prefers not to raise the issue of resuming its seat in the League of Arab States.”

In a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, on Sunday, Ramtan Amamra had a telephone conversation with his Syrian counterpart, Faisal Miqdad, who confirmed that his country “prefers not to raise the issue of retaking its seat in the Arab League during the Arab summit, in order to contribute to the unification of the Arab League.” The word and the Arab rank in the face of the challenges posed by the current situation at the regional and international level.

Until today, Algeria has maintained its strong relations with the Syrian regime headed by Bashar al-Assad, unlike many Arab countries that have reached the point of definitively breaking off relations with Damascus.Algeria also had reservations in 2011 about the decision to suspend the belonging of Syria to Syria. the League of Arab States.

The Arab countries consider that the Assad regime committed “crimes” against Syrian civilians, after the outbreak of popular protests against Bashar al-Assad in 2011, which were answered by Bashar al-Assad with violence and a devastating war.

Earlier, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the president of Algeria, declared that Syria was entitled to his seat at the university as a “founding member of the commission.”

For its part, its neighbor to the east, Algeria, clearly and officially expressed its fears about the success of the Arab efforts to agree not to hold the summit it intends to host next November, which has been postponed for two years.

In the same context, Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra said on Sunday that Algeria is ready to hold the Arab summit, scheduled for November 1.

Lamamra’s remarks come at a time when its neighbor to the east, Algeria, is having difficulty hosting the Arab summit scheduled for next November, due to its diplomatic differences with several Arab countries, led by Egypt and the Gulf countries, for the archives of Iran and Ethiopia.

The daily “Al-Araby Al-Jadeed” quoted statements by Egyptian diplomats, who spoke about the greater possibility of postponing the Algiers summit, based on a consensus between Egyptian and Gulf officials, about the difficulty of holding it in light of the the current Arab crisis. and regional conditions.