1 May. (EUROPE PRESS) –
A group of foreign ministers from Arab countries began a meeting on Monday in the Jordanian capital, Amman, to address the process of normalizing relations with Damascus, in the midst of a process of rapprochement after more than a decade of almost total isolation due to the war that broke out in 2011 after the repression of pro-democracy protests.
The Jordanian Foreign Ministry has indicated in its account on the social network Twitter that in addition to the Syrian Foreign Minister, Faisal Mikdad, his counterparts from Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Egypt participate in the meeting, without any disclosure for the moment. more details about the meeting.
Hours earlier, Mikdad had arrived in Amman to participate in the meeting, which comes after a meeting held on April 14 in Saudi Arabia by the Council for the Cooperation of the Arab States of the Gulf (CCG) to address the situation in Syria.
Said meeting ended without an agreement on the reincorporation of Damascus into regional organizations, although several countries in the area have strengthened their ties with Syria in recent months, including calls for the country’s reintegration into the Arab League, the one who was expelled in 2011.