Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas welcomed the holding of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council summit, today, Tuesday, in Saudi Arabia, wishing this summit success in achieving its goals of unification and unity of the Arab ranks.
Abbas praised the “appreciated efforts of the sisterly State of Kuwait to heal the rift between brothers in the Arab Gulf states and hold this important summit.”
He pointed out that “achieving reconciliation between brothers in the Gulf states strengthens joint Arab action and defends the causes of our nation, at the forefront of which is the Palestinian cause.”
Earlier, in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia, headed by the Crown Prince of the Kingdom, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the work of the 41st session of the Gulf Cooperation Council summit, where it was held in the presence of a number of prominent non-Gulf officials, including the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sameh Shoukry, and Jaris Kushner, son-in-law and senior advisor US President Donald Trump.
During the opening of the summit, Mohammed bin Salman said, “The Kingdom continues to strengthen Arab and Islamic cooperation to serve the security, stability and prosperity of our countries and the region.”