The Arab summit will be held in Tunis on May 22 and
23, Tunisian Foreign Minister Habib Bin Yehia announced in Cairo Monday evening, after convening Arab foreign ministers approved a relevant Tunisia-sponsored proposal.
The Foreign Minister told a joint press conference with the Arab League Secretary-General, Amr Moussa, that the ministers, who have finished a summit preparatory meeting
earlier in the day, have also finished with the agenda for the Arab leaders' summit.
Moussa, on his part, said the file prepared by Arab foreign ministers was comprehensive and has topics related to all political and economic issues and included ones related to reforming the Arab League.
Moreover, he affirmed that reform in the Arab world was an Arab decision, and not related to external pressures or to the US-supported Greater Middle East Initiative or any others. (Albawaba.com)
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