Six Arab leaders likely to miss Arab League summit in Algeria


Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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In addition to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, five other Arab leaders are expected to miss the Arab League Summit, which will be held in Algeria in November.

Turkish news agency Anadolu Agency cites sources “close to the organizing committee of the summit” and confirms the absence of five other Arab leaders, including the presidents of the United States Arabs Emirates and Lebanon, the Emir of Kuwait, the King of Bahrain and the Sultan of Oman.

The file comes after the Algerian Presidency showed that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) will now no longer participate withinside the summit scheduled for November 1-2 in Algeria.

In an assertion on Saturday, the Algerian presidency stated that MBS showed his non-participation at some stage in a phone call name with Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.

The declaration stated MBS “expressed his remorse for now no longer attending the Arab summit assembly in keeping with recommendations” from his docs to keep away from travel.

Vice President of the UAE Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum will head to Algeria to symbolize the President, whilst overseas ministers from Oman and Bahrain will stand in for his or her nations’ sovereigns.

Algerian information outlet Echorrouk Online suggested that the Arab summit in Algeria will revel in a “report participation” of leaders as compared to preceding sessions.

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