Jeddah summit resolution on Lebanon | Policy

Jeddah summit resolution on Lebanon | Policy
Jeddah summit resolution on Lebanon | Policy

The League Council is at the summit level, after reviewing the memorandum of the General Secretariat, the report of the Secretary-General on joint Arab action, and the decisions of the League Council at the ministerial level No. 7738 d.p. (141) dated 9/3/2014 regarding the negative and dangerous repercussions of Lebanon as a result of The crisis of the displaced Syrians, and the decisions of the League Council at the ministerial level, the latest of which is Resolution No. 8862 – Dr. P (159) dated 3/8/2023

Emphasizing the decisions of the Arab summit conferences, including Tunisia Summit Resolution No. 751 D.A. (30) dated 31/3/2019, and Kuwait Summit Resolution No. 599 D.A. (25) dated 3/26/2014 related to support for the Lebanese army.

– Emphasizing the decisions of the Arab summits, including the last Arab summit in Algeria, 31st session dated (1-2/11/2022),

Referring to the latest internal, regional and international developments related to Lebanon, and based on the relevant international resolutions to which the Government of Lebanon is committed, especially Resolution No. 1701, which is based on Resolutions No. 425 and No. 426 in its entirety, and affirming all previous decisions of solidarity with Lebanon issued by the League Council Taking note of the holding of the first ministerial meeting of the Commission for Follow-up on the Implementation of Decisions and Commitments at the ministerial level on 17/5/2023 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the recommendations issued by it 1 to follow up on the implementation of the decisions of the Algiers Summit (2022)


1- Urging the Lebanese authorities to continue their efforts to elect a President of the Republic and form a government as soon as possible, in order to ensure the orderly functioning of the constitutional institutions and stability, and the necessity of carrying out structural economic reforms to get out of the suffocating economic and financial crisis.

2- Emphasizing the importance of full solidarity with Lebanon, in light of the most severe political, economic and social crisis it has been going through in decades, and supporting its government and all its constitutional institutions in a way that preserves the Lebanese national unity, security, stability and sovereignty of Lebanon over all its lands, and affirming the right of the Lebanese to liberate or recover the Shebaa Farms and the hills The Lebanese Kfar Shuba and the Lebanese part of the town of Ghajar, and their right to resist any aggression by legitimate means, and stressing the importance and necessity of differentiating between terrorism and resistance against the Israeli occupation, which is a right approved by international covenants and principles of international law.

3- Welcoming the steps taken by the Lebanese authorities to accelerate the commencement of oil and gas exploration and Lebanon’s exercise of its sovereign right to invest its natural resources in its exclusive economic zone and territorial waters.

4- Support Lebanon’s position in its demand of the international community to implement Security Council Resolution 1701 by putting a final end to Israel’s permanent land, sea and air violations and its continuous aggressions, and support Lebanon in its response and resistance to it and in its exercise of its legitimate right to self-defense as well as its demand to implement the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations The United Nations regarding the oil slick on the Lebanese shores, which obliges Israel to pay financial compensation for the damage it caused as a result of the bombing of the Jiyyeh power station in the July 2006 war.

5- Emphasizing the necessity of preserving the unique pluralistic Lebanese formula based on equality between Muslims and Christians, as well as its civilized message and cultural diversity based on coexistence.

6- Commending the national role played by the Lebanese army and the Lebanese security forces in maintaining stability and civil peace, and supporting the efforts exerted to extend the sovereignty of the Lebanese state up to the internationally recognized borders.


7- Praising the efforts made by Lebanon, despite its dire economic and social conditions, to secure a good hosting of the displaced Syrians, and welcoming the Arab positions consistent with Lebanon’s position, which calls for intensifying and accelerating efforts to return the displaced Syrians to their country after conditions became more suitable for a safe and dignified return in light of the tightening Lebanon, on the condition that their presence be temporary, and its rejection of any form of their integration or assimilation in Lebanon, because the matter is an existential and existential threat. Lebanon also calls on the international community, and our Arab brothers, to formulate a clear and concrete road map for the return of all displaced Syrians to their country.


8- Supporting Lebanon’s position on refusing settlement and the threat it poses to its stability and unity, and adhering to the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes based on United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194/1948 and relevant resolutions, as well as the Arab Peace Initiative endorsed by the Arab Summit in Beirut in 2002. Emphasizing the need for states and international organizations to fulfill their full responsibilities, including contributing permanently and uninterruptedly to funding (UNRWA) and protecting its role, mandate and authority.

9- Supporting the efforts of the Lebanese state in the reconstruction of the port of Beirut, which was subjected to a devastating explosion that led to thousands of deaths and injuries, based on its pivotal and historical role as a vital link for the exchange of goods and commodities between the world and Arab countries, and emphasizing support for the ongoing investigations to uncover the circumstances of the explosion and hold those responsible accountable. about it happening.

10- Confirming the support for the conclusions issued by the successive meetings of the International Support Group for Lebanon, and welcoming the efforts of the international community to consolidate stability in Lebanon through the convening of the meetings of this group and the CEDRE and Rome conferences to support the Lebanese economy and the Lebanese army.

11- Emphasis on:

The keenness of the Lebanese authorities to respect the resolutions of international legitimacy and the path of achieving justice with regard to the crime of assassinating the martyr Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and his companions, away from any politicization or revenge and in a way that does not negatively affect Lebanon’s stability, unity and civil peace.

{Support the efforts of the Lebanese government in following up the issue of the disappearance of His Eminence Imam Musa al-Sadr and his two companions, Sheikh Muhammad Yaqoub and the journalist Abbas Badr al-Din, in order to reach their liberation and work to hold the officials of the former Libyan regime accountable to put an end to this crime. –

12- Welcoming:

{With Lebanon’s desire to complete the course of the Kuwaiti initiative, which won the support of brotherly Arab countries and friendly foreign countries, and to which Lebanon opened up, responded and interacted with them to achieve its purposes based on its firm Arab affiliation and its keenness on its active role within the Arab family and the system of joint Arab action in all its ramifications.

{With the Arab aid that Lebanon receives to alleviate the suffocating impact of its economic, social and financial crisis on the Lebanese and to support its various institutions and vital sectors, especially its security and military institutions and the electricity sector.

The keenness of all Lebanese to maintain the best relations with their Arab brothers, and Lebanon’s adoption of a foreign policy based on Arab self-distancing, mutual respect for sovereignty and interests, broadening the base of common interests, and respect for the Charter of the United Nations, international law, and the Charter of the League of Arab States, especially Article 8 thereof, in order to safeguard Lebanon’s supreme interests.



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