(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) The Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, meanwhile, called on Arab leaders to activate their common action in order to address challenges caused by the regional conflicts, foremost the crisis in Syria.
Al-Bashir, addressing the summit, called for a peaceful political solution for the bloody conflict in Syria which killed some 140,000 people and displaced millions of others internally or forced them to seek refuge in neighboring countrie
He underlined the importance of dialogue among the Syrian people to pave way for a peaceful settlemen
He also urged Arab leaders to invest in the agriculture sector in his countr
President of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh, for his part, said the Palestinian cause was not resolved despite resumption of peace negotiations with Israel, which continued its policy to judaize occupied Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, as well as building more settlements on occupied Palestinian territories in a violation of the international legitimac
Guelleh, meanwhile, called for further international and regional support to restore stability in neighboring Somolia, noting that Djibouti would be sending additional forces to Somali
The Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mahamud said his government was working hard to improving education and security to pave way for holding general elections in 201
He said the international community was contributing to the development of Somalia, citing the appointment of the World Bank and the UN of representatives in his country. Mahamud appealed for financial and technical support to help the reconstruction of Somali