The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Friday delivered a speech to the 32nd session of the Arab Summit in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Syrian state news agency SANA reported on Friday.
According to SANA, President al-Assad said “We have to search about the big titles that pose threat to our future and produce our crises in order to not drown in addressing the results, not the reasons.”
President al-Assad added, “The headlines are too many for words, and summits are not enough… They do not begin with the crimes of the Zionist entity, which is rejected by the Arabs, and do not end with the danger of the Ottoman expansionist mentality and are inseparable from the challenge of development as a top priority for our developing societies, here comes the role of the League of Arab States as the natural platform for discussing various issues and addressing them.”
“We are in front of a historic opportunity to rearrange our affairs with the least amount of foreign intervention,” the President said.
The President added that the joint Arab action is in need to common visions, strategies and targets.
President al-Assad hoped the Summit would be a starting point for the Arab action, solidarity among Arab states to achieve peace, prosperity and development in the region instead of war and destruction.
The President added noted that the cracks that have emerged over the last decade must be addressed, and the most important thing is to let the people manage their internal affairs and avoid external interference in their affair.
President al-Assad thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his highness crown prince Mohammad bin Salman for the great role of Saudi Arabia and its efforts to boost reconciliation in the Arab region and make this summit a success.