AP's Al-Jarwan announces action plan, roadmap to dissolve Syria crisis

CAIRO, May 9 (KUNA) — Arab Parliament (AP) President Ahmad Al-Jarwan has announced an action plan and a roadmap to conclude a political solution to the Syria crisis.
The step aims to shift crisis-settlement efforts from the international framework to an Arab one.
Al-Jarwan made the statement to reporters after an emergency meeting for the AP’s Committee of Foreign and Political Affairs and National Security in Cairo on Monday.
The meeting discussed the latest developments in Syria, focusing on the sufferings of the people in Aleppo in the wake of the recent heinous crimes committed against unarmed civilians.
The AP President said that an Arab country has to embrace a Syrian-Syrian dialogue in a bid to find a solution to the conflict that has led to a disastrous humanitarian situation posing a threat to the security and stability of the entire region.
Al-Jarwan condemned the “terrorist escalation” against the Syrian people, saying he looks forward to a strong Egyptian role during the country’s monthly presidency of the UNSC.
The Syrian file should no longer remain in “external hands” and the crisis has to be settled among Arabs.
Meanwhile, Vice President of the Arab Parliament, Kuwaiti MP Mohammad Al-Jabri has stressed the importance of taking “practical steps” to settle the Syrian crisis and protect civilians against “the brutal massacres committed by the Syrian regime.” Taking to KUNA today, Al-Jabri highly appreciated the AP’s response to the demand to convene the emergency meeting.
He stressed that the Syrian regime had violated all international conventions, norms and charters, especially the UNSC resolution 2254 that calls for a halt to fighting and protecting the civilians. (end) ms.asm.rg.msa

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