40th Session of GCC Supreme Council Issues Final Communique 13 Riyadh

Tuesday 1441/4/13 - 2019/12/10
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Lebanon:
73- The Supreme Council followed the latest developments in Lebanon, affirming the GCC firm stances and decisions regarding Lebanon as well as its keenness for Lebanon's security, stability, and territorial integrity, expressing its hope that the Lebanese components will respond to the call of the supreme interest and wise dealing with the challenges facing the Lebanese state in order to meet the legitimate aspirations of the Lebanese people.
Libya:
74- The Supreme Council affirmed its firm stances and decisions regarding the Libyan crisis and supported the efforts of the United Nations to reach a political solution based on the Skhirat Agreement signed between the Libyan parties in December 2015, reiterating the GCC keenness to preserve the interests of the Libyan people as well as the Libyan security, stability and territorial integrity. The council also supported efforts to counter the so-called terrorist organization ISIS.
Sudan:
75- The Supreme Council welcomed the historic agreement inked by the Sudanese parties which aims at achieving the interest of Sudan, preserving its security, safety and stability and achieving the aspirations of the Sudanese people. The council affirmed the need to ensure the security and stability of Sudan based on the historical and fraternal relations that link the GCC countries with Sudan.
76- The Supreme Council welcomed the appointment of Abdullah Hamdok as Prime Minister and a formation of the transitional government in the Republic of Sudan. The council asserted the importance of this step in order to achieve aspirations of the Sudanese people and preserve the Sudanese security, safety and stability.
Tunis:
77- The Supreme Council congratulated Tunisian President Kais bin Saied on the occasion of winning the presidential elections, wishing the Tunisian Republic and its brotherly people steady progress and prosperity.
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