In the current Arab situations, it is not easy to reach a collective consensus on very important national issues.
We all know that we are living in a crucial stage in the history of our Arab nation, and we have to deal with it in accordance with the regional and international circumstances surrounding us.
Despite this sensitive and critical stage, the Kingdom has so ably been able to gather leaders of the Arab countries in this critical circumstance and in such a record time after the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques generously called for the two Gulf and Arab emergency summits that came out with very important consensus decisions.
This indicates the important timing of the summit as we have witnessed the Arab leaders' agreement on the need to preserve their collective security which is inseparable.
We have witnessed their agreement on the priority of the Palestinian cause and the need to achieve a comprehensive and just peace represented in the establishment of the Palestinian State along the June 4, 1967 borders with Eastern Jerusalem as its capital.
The most optimists did not expect the Arab Summit to convene with this huge number of leaders in a short time after the launch of the kind call by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
Even the most optimists, did not expect the Arab leaders to reach a consensus on decisions that we have not seen for a long time.
This all confirms our country's stature and strong voice heard in its regional, Islamic and international environment, a matter that increases our pride in our belonging to this country.