At A Qatari Request, The Meeting Of Arab Foreign Ministers Postponed To June 15th

Governance

Baghdad Assistant Secretary-General for Arab States, Ambassador Hossam Zaki, announced that the consultative meeting of Arab foreign ministers, which was scheduled to be held on June 8 in Doha, was postponed at the request of Qatar for a week.

He said in a statement that, according to Qatar’s request, it was decided to postpone the meeting for one week, to be held on the 15th of this month, and that arrangements have begun for that.

Zaki had said in a previous statement that: The meeting comes within the framework of the League Council’s keenness, at the level of foreign ministers, to raise the pace and intensity of consultation on issues of common interest to member states, foremost of which are issues of a political nature.

He added that: the consultative meeting format is a tradition in force at the level of the Council, and it allows ministers to exchange opinions and debate informally and without being bound by a specific agenda or issuing official statements and documents.

 

Source: National Iraqi News Agency