Published: 2019-01-29 09:56
Last Updated: 2019-01-29 10:19
Foreign Ministers of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait and Egypt will hold a meeting at the Dead Sea in the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center on Thursday to discuss regional crises, an official source said.
For years, the Middle East has witnessed conflicts and crises in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and elsewhere, as well as the oldest of these conflicts between Israel and the Palestinians.
The Dead Sea meeting comes amid a debate over the return of Syria to the Arab League, especially with the superiority of the Syrian army on the ground, with the return of large areas and armed terrorists and opponents.
Tunisia will host the next Arab Summit on 31 March 2019. Syria's membership in the Arab League was suspended at the beginning of the conflict in 2011. It is still outside the league amid the continued division of Arab countries on its return to the Organization.
Iraq, Lebanon and Tunisia called for Syria to return to the Arab League. In December 2018, and the United Arab Emirates reopened its embassy in Damascus after diplomatic ties were cut off since 2012.