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Arab League participates in White House -CVE- Counter Violent Extremism Summit 2015


16394138640_62f8f64709_kDr.Nabil Elaraby’s Intervention at White House Summit to Counter Violent Extremism “CVE”, Feb 19,2015

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Arab League on P5+1 talks with Iran

Arab League Secretary General Araby speaks at a news conference in Cairo

5 April 2015 Cairo
Unofficial Translation

League of Arab States Statement on Iran and the P5+1 countries Nuclear agreement
The Arab league has followed closely on the negotiations between the P5+1 countries and Iran regarding its Nuclear program. The Arab League hopes that this initial frame work agreement would release any doubts on this program, and that the coming final agreement in June would deal with the concerns of the Arab States thus leading to security and stability in the Middle East.
In these regards, The League of Arab States affirms that it is time to respond to the international request for a Middle East Nuclear weapons free zone, and exert all pressures on Israel to join the Non Proliferation Treaty and submit all its Nuclear facilities to the Inclusive Nuclear Quality Assurance System of the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA to strengthen regional and International Peace and Security>

Secretary General Dr. el-Arabi meets UN Human Rights High Commissioner in Geneva

Secretary General Dr. el-Arabi meets with U.N Human Rights High Commissioner in Geneva

Arab league Secretary General Dr. Nabil El-Arabi talks in Geneva
with Mr. Zaid Ben Ra’ad Al-Hussein (see photo) on Human rights situations in the Arab region

Zaid bin raaad elhussein arabstoday-231news

18 May 2015 , – Geneva,
Unofficial translation

Arab League Secretary General Dr. Nabil el-Arabi held talks today in Geneva with Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, where they discussed human rights situations in the region especially the current Israel violations to the Palestinian human rights, and the expected report soon to be released by the investigating U.N independent committee on the conflict in Gaza.
Also discussed were developments on human rights situations in Yemen, Syria, Libya and Iraq. As well as means to strengthen communication channels and cooperation between the Arab league and U.N. High Commission on Human Rights to support the role of the Arab League and its capacities in these regards.

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