The Kingdom’s hosting of the eighteenth consultative meeting of Their Majesties and Highnesses, the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council states, and the Gulf Summit with Central Asian countries, which are scheduled to be held in Jeddah the day after tomorrow (Wednesday), confirms the pioneering role it plays and the great efforts it is making to unify efforts through Creating rapprochement and close cooperation that leads to the security and stability of countries, in a way that achieves the well-being of peoples and achieves a decent life for them.
What makes this call important is the Kingdom’s keenness to have the Gulf voice unified to lead this stage, which would build bridges of trust-based communication with Central Asian countries, given their importance by virtue of their economic status, strategic location, and combined influence on regional decision-making. And universal.
On Wednesday, attention will be directed to Jeddah Governorate, to follow up and monitor the outcomes of the Gulf Consultative Meeting, which comes at a sensitive time, and needs Gulf unity in facing the challenges and mob ambitions, which do not want these countries and their peoples good and stability, in addition to what may be issued within the Gulf Summit statement. Points confirming the depth of relations with the countries of Central Asia, keenness to glorify efforts, matching views on all files, ensuring that security and stability prevail, and confronting all those who try to tamper with the lives of peoples and plunge them into wars and conflicts.
Observers believe that the Kingdom is moving rapidly to gather the word of Arabs and Muslims, by ending differences and bringing points of view closer, in order to reach consensus, all of which affirm the necessity of establishing peace, away from supporting any militias or parties seeking chaos and disturbing the lives of peoples, who have suffered and still are as a result of being fed. Countries for components that do not like to live except in the swamps of destruction and devastation.