- Published on Thursday, 28 June 2012 13:53
On Wednesday, the Secretariat of the Arab League of States confirmed that it will hold a conference for the supervisors of the Palestinian Affairs in the Arab countries to discuss the latest developments of the Palestinian case and the Israeli escalations to derail the peace in the region.
Three Arabic countries, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon will be participating in the conference in addition to the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation (ALECSO) and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Mohamed Sabih, Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League for Palestine and the Occupied Arab Territories said the conference will discuss the current situation in Jerusalem; from the operations of Judaization, the expulsion of its people to settlements and the continuous attempts to completely change the features of the city.
Sabih said the conference will last 5 days and will deal with the movements of the Arab League on an International level. This will help to push the peace process forward and support the Palestinian position in obtaining the full membership of the United Nations.
He also said that the conference will discuss the latest developments regarding the Palestinian refugees in the Arabic Countries, followed by the services that the UNRWA provides for those refugees. Also in discussions will be the dangerous financial crisis that the UNRWA faces recently and supporting the Agency in doing its job.
Recommendations of this conference will be submitted to ALECSO Council on the level of the Arab foreign ministers in the next conference.