レバノン外相がアラブ連盟外相会議の混乱について説明

(1つ目)アラブ連盟外相会議が、協議結果に基づかない声明を発表した問題に関する、レバノン外相の説明(抗議ではなく説明であると強調している)。前の記事その2

(2つ目)合意に基づかず発表された声明だから、シリアを拘束しないという、レバノン外相の発言を、SANAが紹介。

(3つ目)レバノン外相がヒズボラ系ラジオでインタビュー。アラブ連盟外相会議では、会議冒頭から、声明を発表しないという合意と確認があった。

シリアは声明を拒絶して正しかった。他の参加者によって合意が破られた。レバノンは、シリアの兄弟の側に立つ。この点は明確である。

(4つ目)レバノンのスライマーン大統領が8月30日(火)、アサド大統領と電話で長時間話す。内容は地域情勢についてとだけ書かれている。



Arab League did not agree to issue statement on Syria: Mansour
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Politics/2011/Aug-29/Arab-League-did-not-agree-to-issue-statement-on-Syria-Mansour.ashx
August 29, 2011 01:12 PM (Last updated: August 29, 2011 04:12 PM)
The Daily Star

BEIRUT: The Arab League statement on Syria issued over the weekend had not been agreed upon during the body’s meeting in Cairo, Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour said.

“The statement issued by the secretariat was not discussed during the meeting and was not agreed upon,” Mansour said in remarks published by the daily Al-Liwaa Monday.

He said the meeting in Cairo ended in an agreement that no statement would be issued by the Arab League and that no statements would be given to the media, although the league had discussed means to end the unrest in Syria, without intending to “meddle in Syrian internal affairs.”

Mansour said that after his return to Beirut he was “surprised by the secretariat's statement.”

The minister denied that Lebanon was distancing itself from the statement as a result of Damascus’ position, adding that it was merely an “explanation of what had happened.”

“The Lebanese position is not a question of harming or conforming with the Syrian position,” the minister was quoted as saying, adding that his comments were not intended to “cause a divide in Lebanon, or a dispute with anyone, but were only intended as an explanation.”

Syria rejected Sunday the statement made overnight by the 22-member Arab League, in which it called for an “end to the spilling of blood and [for Syria] to follow the way of reason before it is too late,” and also agreed to send Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-Arabi.

The league also called for respecting “the right of the Syrian people to live in security and of their legitimate aspirations for political and social reforms.”

Arabi now awaits permission from Syria before he can travel to the country.



Lebanese Foreign Minister: Arab League Statement on Syria was not obligatory
http://www.sana.sy/eng/22/2011/08/29/366767.htm
http://www.sana.sy/ara/3/2011/08/30/366761.htm
Aug 29, 2011
Beirut, (SANA)-

Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour underlined that the statement of the Arab League Ministerial meeting on Syria has been issued with no agreement, adding "it is not obligatory for Syria."

In a statement to NBC TV Channel on Monday, Mansour wondered "how we propose an initiative about Syria without discussing it with the Syrians."

He added that it was decided that the Arab League Secretary General Nabil al-Arabi go to Syria and hold discussions with the Syrian officials.



Mansour Says Syria Made Right Step by Rejecting Arab FMs Statement
http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/13963-mansour-says-syria-made-right-step-by-rejecting-arab-fms-statement
by Naharnet Newsdesk
30 August 2011, 18:20

Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour on Tuesday slammed what he called "the rabid campaign being waged by the March 14 camp against Lebanon's stance in the Arab foreign ministers meeting," saying it reflects "spiteful and sick mentalities."

In an interview with Hizbullah's Al-Nour radio network, Mansour stressed that "Lebanon did not voice a stance in the Arab ministerial meeting … there was rather consensus among all members, and confirmations from the head of the current session and the Arab League's secretary-general that no statement would be issued."

The minister noted that Syria made the right decision by rejecting the meeting's closing statement, adding that "consensus had been breached" by the other conferees, "which prompted the Syrian delegation to send a diplomatic note to the Arab League's general-secretariat in which it noted that the released statement did not reflect the meeting's final agreement."

"Lebanon stands by brotherly Syria and its stance is clear in this regard, Mansour stressed.

"We only wish brotherly Syria stability and security and we want to help it overcome its crisis," the FM added, warning against "stoking sedition and fire" in the revolt-hit country and noting that "this fire" would also harm Syria's neighbors.

Syria on Sunday rejected an Arab League statement demanding an end to the bloodshed in the country.

In a diplomatic note to the organization's secretariat, Syria said the statement amounted to "a clear violation ... of the principles of the Arab League charter and of the foundations of joint Arab action."

The Syrian delegation protested that the declaration was issued "despite the meeting having closed with an agreement that no statement would be published or statement made to the press."

The statement contained "unacceptable and biased language," the note said, adding Damascus would act as if it had never been published.

The Arab League announced a peace initiative aimed at solving the crisis in Syria where more than 2,000 people have been killed in anti-regime protests, to be delivered in person by its secretary general, Nabil al-Arabi.

The 22-member organization's foreign ministers at a meeting on Saturday night called in the statement for an "end to the spilling of blood and (for Syria) to follow the way of reason before it is too late."

They expressed their "concern faced with the grave developments on the Syrian scene which have claimed thousands of victims and wounded."

The foreign ministers also called for respecting "the right of the Syrian people to live in security and of their legitimate aspirations for political and social reforms."

Arabi said on Sunday that he was awaiting a Syrian invitation to travel to Damascus. "I'm waiting for the response of Syria's government," he told journalists in the Egyptian capital, adding he was ready to leave immediately.



Suleiman Holds 'Long' Phone Conversation with Assad
http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/13959-suleiman-holds-long-phone-conversation-with-assad
by Naharnet Newsdesk
30 August 2011, 17:31

President Michel Suleiman on Tuesday held a long phone conversation with his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad on the latest developments in the Lebanese and Syrian arenas, Voice of Lebanon Radio (100.3-100.5) reported.

The two leaders also discussed the repercussions of the recent Arab and international stances on the situations in Syria and Lebanon, VOL said.

Separately, Suleiman extended Eid al-Fitr greetings to the Lebanese in general and the Muslims in particular, wishing them and Lebanon "prosperity, joy and stability."

The president also extended his greetings to the Muslim political and spiritual leaders and to a number of Arab kings and presidents.

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