Tunisia: Arab Interior ministers
Arab ministers of interior council met for the 33rd session in Tunisia and emphasized the importance of creating a united Arab plan to fight against terrorism which became a wide spreading disease in most Arab countries.
Under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Arab League Nabil Al-Arabi and the President of the Republic of Tunisia Albaji Qaed Essebsi, The Arab Ministers on interior council was held on Sunday 02/03/2016 with the participation of interior ministers of the Arab countries, in addition to security delegations and representatives from the Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
The conference emphasized the importance of creating a united Arab plan and a direct coordination between Arab security system to fight against terrorism and arms smuggling which became a wide spreading disease in most Arab countries.
Delegates also called for the enactment of laws criminalizing Joined armed militias and dry up the sources of terrorist financing and control of the means of technology and communications used by terrorists to recruit young Arabs.
For his part, Essebsi said that this session comes in the perfect timing for regional conditions, pointing out that the explosion of the internal situation in some countries threatens the collapse of those countries and the disintegration of its institutions and insecurity.