King’s Arab Summit speech roadmap for future of Arab action

Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Ahmed bin Salman Al-Musallam, has lauded the keynote speech delivered by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa while participating in the 32nd Arab Summit, hosted by Saudi Arabia in the city of Jeddah, noting that it represents a roadmap for future Arab action.

He indicated that the royal speech, with the insightful vision embedded in it, embodied a pivotal strategy of utmost importance to address Arab challenges, and charted a lofty methodology for the future of the region, noting that HM the King emphasised the importance of continuing the march of joint Arab action, and strengthening the just and comprehensive peace approach, to ensure security, stability and prosperity for all.

Speaker Al-Musallam pointed out that HM King Hamad had appreciated the efforts of Saudi Arabia, under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the 32nd Arab Summit President, and the support of HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, in serving the causes of the Arab Nation, providing the success requirements for the Arab Summit, the resumption of diplomatic relations and humanitarian efforts, and everything that would achieve good for the peoples and countries of the region.

He also praised the royal keynote address in which HM the King expressed Bahrain’s wise diplomatic policy regarding the situation in Sudan, preserving the legitimate rights of Egypt in the Nile waters, completing the peace process to reach a just solution to the Palestinian issue, as well as achieving peace between Russia and Ukraine.

Al-Musallam said that the King’s speech constituted a roadmap for the future of the Arab world according to a civilised and humane vision, as it emphasised the ancient history of the Arab Nation, religious values, and the promotion of the values of human coexistence, as well as religious and civilisational rapprochement.

He also hailed HM King Hamad’s wishes for the success of the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 28), which will be hosted by the UAE later this year, which is an all-inclusive platform for agreeing about ways to face future challenges.

He expressed pride in Bahrain’s hosting of the 2024 Arab Summit.

Source: Bahrain News Agency

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