Arab League to Meet Urgently in Saudi Arabia to Discuss Syrian Crisis

Independent / follow-up / – The Arab League announced on Thursday that Arab foreign ministers will meet urgently in Riyadh next Monday to consider developments in the Syrian crisis and how to deal with the Arab states have.

The Deputy Secretary General of the Arab League, Ahmed Ben Helli, he decided to hold an urgent meeting of the Arab League Council at the level of Arab foreign ministers in Riyadh at the request of Saudi Arabia.

Said Ben Helli told reporters that the meeting will be devoted to discuss the evolution of the situation on the ground in Syria, politically and humanly and consider the actions that must be taken to deal with the tragedy of Syria. Ben Helli said that the situation in Syria worsens, which now requires the need to address the Arab foreign ministers to him.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, has killed more than 150 000 people since the start of the conflict in Syria against President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011. According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the war resulted in the displacement of nearly ten million Syrians from their homes, including nearly three million have fled abroad .

The hosts Lebanon officially the largest number of Syrian refugees, more than a million Syrian refugees, while Turkey is hosting more than 700 000 refugees. Jordan hosts his part towards the 600 000 refugees, followed by about 220 thousand Iraq and Egypt b 136 000 refugees.

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