DOHA — The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Thani, Monday received Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh, who handed him an invitation from His Majesty King Abdullah II, to attend the Arab summit to be held in March.
Judeh conveyed the King's greetings to the Qatari Emir, and his best wishes for the people of Qatar. Judeh said that the upcoming summit is being held at a difficult time, as the region is witnessing exceptional conditions that require direct consultation, continuous dialogue and practical decisions to confront all challenges, especially combating terrorism and extremism.
The minister highlighted the importance of the Emir's participation in the summit, which will contribute to its success in light of the common challenges that face the region.
Sheikh Tamim, sent his greetings and appreciations to the King and the people of Jordan, stressing the importance of holding the upcoming summit in Jordan and the need to discuss all key challenges facing the region.
Judeh and the Emir of Qatar highlighted that the Palestinians cause remains the pivotal issue in the region, and stressed the need to address the Syrian.