Putin's emphasis on Russian-Arab cooperation within the framework of common interests
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, in his message addressed to the participants of the summit in Jeddah, stressed Moscow's cooperation with the Arab countries within the framework of common interests.According to the a news agency, Putin explained that Russia would continue to support efforts to peacefully resolve the crises in Sudan, Libya, Syria and Yemen.
In continuation of the message of the President of Russia to the participants of the Arab League summit in Jeddah, it is said that Moscow is making efforts in line with the development of friendly relations and constructive partnership with the countries of West Asia and North Africa.It is reported that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also took part in this summit.
The Arab media, sharply criticizing the invitation of the Ukrainian president to the annual meeting of the Arab League member states, stressed that this is an unprecedented politicized action that will cause discontent among the Arab League member countries and may have a destructive effect on their coordination.The 32nd Arab League summit began in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, during which Algeria handed over the chairmanship of the Arab League to Saudi Arabia.
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