Abou El-Enein: No One Accepts the Daily Views of Death and Destruction in the Arab Countries


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Mr. Mohamed Abou El-Enein, President of the Egyptian European Council and Honorary President of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly, said that news of murder, war and destruction happened in Syria, Libya, Iraq and Yemen is not accepted by one.

This came during his speech before the 25th. Annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference, organized by the National Council on US-Arab Relations in Washington DC, and attended prominent political and military figures in the world.

Abou El-Enein pointed out that no one accepts the continuation of war and killing people on a daily basis, in addition to the displacement of women and children from their homes, while the world listens from the UN about proposals regarding peace process and starting the negotiations.

Mr. Abou El-Enein pointed out that no one accepts the continuation of war and killing people on a daily basis, in addition to the displacement of women and children from their homes, while the world listens from the UN about proposals regarding peace process and starting the negotiations.

He warned that the situation in the region is dreadful and requires more attention and vigilance, as any country in the world is not in isolation from threats that have become extra-territorial. Terrorism hit Paris, Brussels and New York, despite the fact that those cities have been touted for a long time as being safe areas.

Mr. Abou El-Enein stressed the importance of the Middle East region, and the need to find political solutions its crises.

In addition, he outlined the challenges currently facing Egypt, as well as issues concerning the Arab-US relations and the US role in the settlement of crises in the region.