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The 30th Ordinary Arab Summit was held in Tunis, an Arab country with good relations with the whole Arab world, and managed to bring together leaders with deep differences, such as the king of Saudi Arabia and the emir of Qatar.
But this is not the only success of the summit. The Arab leaders were able to focus on the points of convergence and agreed to respect the different choices of each country, as well as to show the common objectives of the Arab countries and how the different positions are handled, making this summit unique.
Perhaps one of the most important points agreed upon by the Arab leaders is the adoption of solving the problems of the Arab world internally and not allowing the intervention of others, in reference to regional and global countries such as Iran, the United States and any other country in this context.
The final communiqué addressed for the first time the interventions of all Turkey and Iran in Arab affairs and that if Iran, Israel or any other country poses a threat to any Arab country, it would be a threat to all Arab countries. It is a crisis common to all Arab countries.
This common Arab position is a major change and expression of unity of opinion among the members of the Arab League, which seems to focus on Libya and Syria as an immediate issue that must be resolved internally.
Interestingly, none of the speakers addressed the dispute between Qatar and some other members of the GCC. This issue was not mentioned in the final communiqué of the summit. It appears that there are attempts by Kuwait to mediate between Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates. At the same time, the tone of the speech in relation to the Islamic Republic of Iran and its regional interventions was different.
When the Kuwaiti emir spoke to the public, he did not mention anything about Iran's interventions, instead he spoke about mutual respect and the need to respect good neighborliness and good behavior, but the statement condemned Iran's bad practices in the region. Overall the atmosphere at the summit was positive and focused on the internal issues of the Arab countries and on how to unite the class to solve all the problems that could be caused by countries like Iran, Turkey and even Israel in the declaration of the Golan as Israeli land and so on.
The successful preparation of this summit began at the Sharm el-Sheikh summit and was the focus of the Cairo meeting among leaders of Jordan, Iraq and Egypt to fill gaps as far as possible and gather views on many key issues.
In addition to reducing differences among Arab countries, leaders have shown that they can do better in many things without the intervention of foreigners as they have learned that they must overcome the divide that began with the Arab Spring, the main cause of hostility among many Arab countries. And the problems faced by Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and other countries.
Syria's seat remains empty and its members are still suspended, but there is great hope that it will regain its seat and attend the next Arab summit next year. Arab countries may show more unity by then.
First Libya, then Syria, then look at Yemen and the Palestinian conflict with Israel. Thorny and large issues will be addressed this year.