A stress on the need for settling the crisis in Syria politically and unification of Arab efforts to confront terrorism was expressed by several Arab countries in their Kuwait Summit.
Algerian National Assembly Speaker Abdul Qadir Bin Saleh stressed the importance of finding a political solution to the crisis in Syria through the track launched in Geneva.
Bin Saleh clarified during his speech before the Arab Summit, held in Kuwait Tuesday, that the solution to the crisis in Syria will not be through the military approach.
He warned that the continuation of the crisis in Syria would leave the door open to scenarios with dire consequences.
For his part, Iraqi Vice President Khodair al-Khozaei cautioned that "Terrorism is a dangerous plague…and those who think they are isolated from it are mistaken," calling upon everyone to take a firm stand against terrorism and cooperate to counter it.
Al-Khozaei went on saying that the terrorists who are fighting today in Iraq will find all the excuses and justifications to take all Arab arenas as a field for their criminality.
Egypt\'s interim President Adly Mansour stressed that the political solution is the sole outlet for the crisis in Syria, pointing out that Egypt has strongly supported the international efforts that led to the convening of Geneva talks, as it is now exerting efforts towards a convergence of views among the various national opposition forces on a unified vision that pushes the political solution forward.
Mansour called for preserving Syria\'s territorial integrity and independence, warning of terrorism that is threatening everybody with no exceptions, saying “that requires the prompt activation of the Arab agreement on counterterrorism and the rejection of providing support and haven to terrorism in any form."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, for his part, stressed that the best solution to the crisis in Syria can be reached through the political approach, expressing hope that the calamity of the Syrian people will soon end in a way that achieves their aspirations and maintains the country\'s unity and territorial integrity.
Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi called for working to put an end to the bloodshed and devastation in Syria through joint efforts and a political solution that fulfills the requirements of the Syrian people and provide guarantees to all sides for broadening participation of all sides.
Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz said a peaceful solution is required in Syria in a way that maintains its stability, territorial integrity and mitigating its people’s suffering.
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir stressed that the peaceful solution to the crisis in Syria is the only means for regaining stability and security to the country, clarifying that the solution should include all components of the Syrian society.