Arab League Chief concerned over developments in Iraq; calls for calm

Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Gheit on Sunday expressed his concern over developments in Iraq and Arab region and called for calm.

In a statement, he said the region is currently in a dire need of calm, not escalation and extinguishing conflicts, not igniting and perpetuating them.

The Arab League is a union of Arab-speaking African and Asian countries. It has 22 members and four observer States.

The Hindu

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