KUWAIT, March 19 (KUNA) -- Arab League Deputy Secretary General Ahmad bin Hilli considered the Arab Summit in Kuwait next week as "exceptional" because it would be held amidst regional conflicts.
Speaking to KUNA and Kuwait TV shortly after arrival in Kuwait to participate in preparatory meetings for the March 25-26 summit, bin Hilli said "everybody considers the summit exceptional because of the conflicts in the Arab region." Bin Hilli said the "wisdom and diplomatic experience" of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah would contribute to the success of the summit.
He hoped the "Arab summit, backed by His Highness the Amir's wisdom, will inspire hopes and boost the Arab will and solidarity." Bin Hilli said preparations of Kuwait for the summit would positively impact on the outcome of the summit.
Kuwait's permanent representative to the Arab League Aziz Al-Daihani said "everybody is optimistic because the Arab summit is held under the auspices of His Highness the Amir." He said: "we are looking forward for a better future and a new vision of the common Arab action." Al-Daihani noted that the agenda of the summit included an item dealing with the development of the Arab League Charter. He added that the pan-Arab organization was playing a major role in inter-Arab solidarity. (pickup previous) sss.bs KUNA 191931 Mar 14NNNN