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Arab world must overcome five challenges: GCC chief

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Secretary General Abdullatif Al-ZayaniDubai, (IINA) – Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Secretary General Abdullatif Al-Zayani called upon the Arab countries on Monday to adopt a clear vision and objectives to achieve the desired future and overcome the difficult stage witnessed by the Arab nations, WAM reported.

Speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, Al-Zayani called on Arab governments to focus their efforts on five key challenges to prepare itself for the future.

He said that the first challenge is to reunite the nations, he said: ”The Arab world must prepare itself for the future and retrieve it’s unity again and speak with the same voice”.

He added that the second challenge is to provide a safe environment in the region. “Arab nations should provide a safe and secure environment for all Arab citizens”.

The third factor was abolishing terrorism, he said: “Arab countries should eradicate terrorism and fight it by drying up terrorist funding and putting an end to all atrocities by adopting an international police, media, economic and in all fields, local, regional and international cooperation”.

Regarding the fourth factor, he said, “There is a need to mobilize Arab governments and people to provide assistance to millions of displaced population and refugees from Palestine, Syria and Libya. We cannot accept Syrian children dying of hunger and war or drowning in the Mediterranean. We need unified efforts to provide human relief to all”.

The fifth factor was regarding the rebuilding of cities and ties, Al-Zayani said that Arab nations must ensure peace in the Arab world and national reconciliations. “We will need to reconstruct a lot of Arab countries so the Arab people will live with more hope in the future and enjoy human rights”, he said.

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