The announcement comes after Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Abul Gheit received a request from Head of the National Elections Authority (NEA) Counselor Lasheen Ibrahim to monitor the Senate polls.
The visit also aims to mobilize Arab and international support to assist Lebanon in addressing the repercussions of the disaster.
Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Abul Gheit welcomed Saudi Arabia’s efforts to reactivate the Riyadh Agreement between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council, which was signed in November 2019.
"Libya remains an important Arab country and the Arab League can't accept that Libya would be a theater for foreign military interference," he said.
In an interview with MENA board chairman and chief editor, he added that the declaration is outlining a road map for settling the Libyan crisis.
His remarks came in the speech of the Arab League at the 4th Brussels conference on supporting the future of Syria and the region that was held via the video conference.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry underlined Wednesday the need to lay out new avenues for greater cooperation and coordination with Iraq and Jordan.
et reviewed the texts of the seventh, eighth, and eleventh items that some countries have reservations about are showcased:
The U.S. has reaffirmed its support for “a fair and equitable agreement that balances the interests” of Ethiopia and the two downstream nations, while the Arab League said the water security of Egypt and Sudan are integral to the Arab national security.
Aboul Gheit stressed during his statement that the annex "will destroy any prospect for peace in the future."
The Arab League announced, Tuesday that Egypt and Sudan water security is an integral part of the Arab national security.
Shoukry stressed Egypt's steadfast stance on the Libyan crisis.
The meeting requested by Egypt was held on June 23 and attended by Arab foreign ministers.
Shoukry said that Ethiopia’s statements regarding the dam are ‘provocative’ and contrary to what Addis Ababa pledged in the 2015 Declaration of Principles
The General Secretariat of the League of Arab States will hold an emergency meeting on Libya on the level of Arab foreign ministers via video, at the request of Egypt.
The General Secretariat of the League of Arab States said an emergency meeting on Libya on the level of Arab foreign ministers will be held on Monday (June 22) via video, at the request of Egypt.
Hossam Zaki, the Assistant Secretary General of the League of Arab, said the meeting will be held via video on the level of foreign ministers.
Ahmed Abul Gheit asserted that the humanitarian situation in Yemen will turn catastrophic if world countries do not bear their financial responsibilities.
The Arab League (AL) urged for maintaining Arab support for the Palestinian educational process and alleviating the suffering of Palestinian students.
Abul Gheit urged all warring sides to abandon military options, abide by the ceasefire, and engage in a political dialogue under UN sponsorship as the only key to solving the Libyan crisis.