Arab League suspends talks with Syria regime amid failure to address regional issues – reports

The Arab League has reportedly suspended its talks with the Syrian regime of Bashar Al-Assad, amid Damascus’s apparent failure to curb rampant narcotics trafficking and to resolve the issue of refugees in the region. According to numerous media reports over the past week, which cited anonymous Arab diplomatic sources, the Arab League’s ministerial committee has suspended its meetings with representatives from the Syrian regime. The Saudi newspaper, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat , for example, had reported last week that the League’s ministerial committee ceased its meetings after talks between Lebanon and Syria regarding the return of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees had broken down. It also reported that the  Assad regime refused to cooperate with the Arab states’ demands for the trafficking […] Source

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