The Arab Interior Ministers Council concluded their 24th meeting in Tunis today. Minister of Interior Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz led the Saudi delegation.
In a statement, the Council said that it discussed a number of issues at the meeting and approved items, including a draft plan on combating illegal drug use and terrorism; a draft plan on civil protection; and the renewal of Dr. Muhammad Koman’s appointment as Secretary-General of the Council.
The Council called on Arab Interior Ministries to support police in Iraq and Lebanon.
In remarks at the session, Prince Nayef – who is also honorary president of the Arab Interior Ministers’ Council – said he hoped that the situations in Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine would be resolved and stability achieved.