Saudi Arabia has announced that it will host an extraordinary joint Islamic-Arab summit in Riyadh on Saturday, according to the Saudi foreign ministry. Originally, the kingdom was set to host two separate summits – the Organization of Islamic Cooperation summit and the Arab League summit. However, the two gatherings will now be replaced by a joint summit. The purpose of this meeting is to address the current exceptional circumstances in the Palestinian Gaza Strip and to unify efforts in order to establish a collective position. The decision to hold this joint summit came after consultations with the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. The news was reported by Moaz Abd-Alaziz in Cairo and edited by Sandra Maler. The article concludes with a mention of Thomson RushHourDaily’ Trust Principles.
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