Cairo, MINA – The upcoming Arab summit scheduled for March 31 in Tunis is going to have the Palestinian issue on top of its agenda, according to Mahmoud Afifi, spokesman for the Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmad Abu el-Ghait.
According to WAFA, he told reporters in Cairo the preparatory meetings will start on March 26, to be followed by a meeting for the Economic and Social Council on March 28, then the Arab foreign ministers on March 29.
He said the Palestinian issue in general, particularly the political and difficult economic situation following Israel’s theft of the Palestinian tax revenues will be discussed to urge the Arab countries to help the Palestinians financially.
Abu el-Ghait has been in touch with Arab leaders and sent them letters urging them to pay their financial dues to the Palestinian budget.(R/R04/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)