GCC LEADERS AND U.S. RENEW COMMITMENT TO ENDING MIDDLE-EAST CRISES

Riyadh – GCC leaders and the United States renewed their commitment to ending the cause of Middle-East crises and confronting terrorism to beat ISIS and Al Qaeda, and deal with Iran’s destabilizing efforts.

They stressed in the statement they released after the conclusion of the Arab-Islamic-U.S. summit that they are committed to enhancing the GCC’s ability to deal with any threat. They also renewed commitment to confronting the destructive Iranian activities and rejecting any sectarian and regional tensions that lead to further instability. They also stressed on joint counter-terrorism efforts through combating terrorist groups and drying up their funding.

The US meanwhile said it remained committed to the security of the GCC and said they will cooperate against any terrorist threats and in protecting the borders and infrastructure of the region. As for the Palestinian issue, the two sides agreed on the goal of establishing comprehensive peace between Palestine and Israel. They stressed that they will work hard on creating an environment suitable of pursuing with the peace process.

On Syria, the final communique said that the unity of Syrian land were paramount. The US also said that it backs the United Nations efforts in finding a political resolution to the crisis based on Geneva 1 and Security Council resolution no. 2254.

Source: Qatar News Agency

GCC LEADERS AND U.S. RENEW COMMITMENT TO ENDING MIDDLE-EAST CRISES

Riyadh – GCC leaders and the United States renewed their commitment to ending the cause of Middle-East crises and confronting terrorism to beat ISIS and Al Qaeda, and deal with Iran’s destabilizing efforts.

They stressed in the statement they released after the conclusion of the Arab-Islamic-U.S. summit that they are committed to enhancing the GCC’s ability to deal with any threat. They also renewed commitment to confronting the destructive Iranian activities and rejecting any sectarian and regional tensions that lead to further instability. They also stressed on joint counter-terrorism efforts through combating terrorist groups and drying up their funding.

The US meanwhile said it remained committed to the security of the GCC and said they will cooperate against any terrorist threats and in protecting the borders and infrastructure of the region. As for the Palestinian issue, the two sides agreed on the goal of establishing comprehensive peace between Palestine and Israel. They stressed that they will work hard on creating an environment suitable of pursuing with the peace process.

On Syria, the final communique said that the unity of Syrian land were paramount. The US also said that it backs the United Nations efforts in finding a political resolution to the crisis based on Geneva 1 and Security Council resolution no. 2254.

Source: Qatar News Agency