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President Michel Aoun will head a high-level delegation to the 28th Arab League Summit this month, hosted on the Jordanian banks of the Dead Sea.Earlier this week, foreign ministers from several Arab countries taking part of the summit, held a preliminary meeting to discuss the agenda for the two-day session. Signs point to the majority of Arab presidents who did not attend the previous meeting in Mauritania last year attending the upcoming summit.Arab diplomatic sources told The Daily Star that the summit will focus on the commitment by Arab countries to face the threats to the security of the region. Some member states have said no solution will be reached as long as President Bashar Assad remains in power, while others have called for a political settlement even if it means Assad stays in place while other member states do not recognize the current Syrian government.According to the sources, if the Syrian crisis is brought up, Lebanon will not leave the meeting.
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