Syria believes that these trends and initiatives benefit all Arab countries and promote stability, security and well-being of their peoples, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
He reiterated the firm stance for strengthening joint Arab action and embracing dialogue and joint action to meet the current challenges in the Arab world.
The next stage requires an effective Arab approach at the bilateral and plural level based on dialogue and mutual respect, the ministry concluded in his statement.
The Arab foreign ministers meeting in Cairo, the Egyptian capital, unanimously decided the return of Syria to occupy its seat in the organization.
In a statement issued at the end of their meeting, the Arab ministers reaffirmed their commitment to preserve Syria’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and stability, and to continue and intensify to help Syria emerge from its crisis.
Media and analysts here considered this decision as the beginning of the end of the conflict in the country, as well as being a political victory achieved without Damascus offering concessions.