The Assistant Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ambassador Hossam Zaki, said that the next Arab summit, which was scheduled to be held next March in Algeria, may be held after the month of Ramadan, that is, by May.
Zaki explained that “the endeavor of Arab reconciliation or Arab reunification depends on the success of the preliminary work of consultations and dialogues.”
He pointed out that “Algeria has strong and long-standing diplomacy that can contribute to achieving this goal.”
He stressed that Algeria is ready to receive the Arab summit, and that it has discussed with the sub-committees all technical arrangements.
In this regard, Algerian political researcher Badreddine Zouaqah said that it is not possible to know the real reasons behind the postponement of the upcoming Arab summit meeting in Algeria.
Zouaqah pointed out that the Moroccan-Algerian differences will certainly affect the level of timing and the axis and topic of the Arab summit, given that they are two great countries.