SIS: Strengthening Relations with Africa Supports Arab National Security
Sunday، 12 May 2019 - 05:01 PM
The State Information Service stressed the need to review the foundations and elements of the Arab national security, and to re-formulate a vision to commensurate with current regional and global developments to protect Arab interests and achieve security and stability for the peoples of the Arab nation.
This came in the new issue of the "Arab Perspectives" journal issued by the State Information Service.
Chairman of the State Information Service (SIS) Diaa Rashwan stressed the importance of Arab-African interactions and the necessity of promoting cooperation between the Arabs and the Africans based on common objectives and interests on the strategic, economic and political levels, especially with the presence of historic and the geo-political ties that connects the Arab peoples with Africa, where 10 Arab countries lies in Africa continent.
Rashwan said that the new issue of the "Arab Perspectives" coincided with the first months of Egypt taking over the presidency of the African Union, and with the escalation of events in the Arab world. It includes many studies and reports submitted by a number of specialists and researchers from Egypt and the Arab countries, including Tunisia, Iraq and Lebanon. He also pointed out that these studies dealt with the crises of the formation of Arab governments during the past months. The volume also includes studies on the Arab-African relations and their importance in light of the international demands on the continent of Africa in recent years.
"Arab Perspective" is a quarterly academic magazine issued by the State Information Service.
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