Follow-up - and babysit -chaired by the Minister of Commerce Mlas Mohammed Abdul Karim Iraqi delegation to participate in the Economic and Social Council meetings which will be held in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh in preparation for the Arab summit to be held at the Arab League headquarters in the Egyptian capital Cairo at its 26.
According to a statement of the ministry received the news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of the minister Abdul Karim said before leaving for Egypt that "the Arab Economic and Social Council will discuss the eight items related to economic and social aspects of joint Arab cooperation to be presented to the Arab summit which kicks off events on Saturday."
The Minister of Commerce that "the Arab Economic Council meetings will discuss the previous summits courses that are related to economic subjects while the University Council will discuss the political decisions at the 26th session."
"The Council will also discuss the report of the follow-up the implementation of previous decisions of the Arab summit in the previous two sessions, 24.25 and follow the third economic summit and prepare and prepare for the Arab summit in Tunis will also discuss social issues that were issued in the Riyadh summit and follow-up economic issues."
Minister Abdul Karim said, "he added of the meetings of the Council will discuss the follow-up to the second item on the agenda of the Arab priorities of sustainable development and the Millennium Development Goals because of the new priorities for the coming years."
He stressed that "The Council also will continue its meetings in one report on the completion of the Greater Arab Free Trade requirements and preparations Alkmarki Arab Federation, who is the liberalization of trade liberalization of trade in goods and services as well as follow-up to the completion of the special committees of the Arab Union Alkmarki which have not yet been completed items."
And the Iraqi Minister of Commerce said "the fifth item of the meeting items will include the development of joint Arab economic and social work and formed three teams to develop Arab cooperation Systems Arab Economic and Social joint cooperation has these committees recommended to maintain the current situation and continue to activate economic cooperation and continue to administrative procedures of the Council."
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