Arab-Islamic ministerial committee over Gaza to kick off in China – Saudi FM
An Arab-Islamic summit to formulate an action plan to stop the war on Gaza will kick off in China, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan said on Saturday.
Ministers from Arab and Muslim countries will start their political activity from China on Monday, he said in a video posted on the ministry’s account on X.
“The first stop will be in China and will then move to a number of capitals to deliver the clear message that there must be a ceasefire immediately as well as aid and humanitarian needs must be immediately delivered to Gaza,” he explained after a meeting with European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell in Bahrain.
“We must work to end this crisis and end this war on Gaza as soon as possible,” Prince Faisal added.
The ministers have been assigned to conduct talks over the war in Gaza by the Arab-Islamic Summit that was hosted by the Kingdom on November 11.
The Israeli relentless air and ground campaign has killed over 12,000 innocent civilians, including 5,000 children.