KUWAIT CITY, March 26 (Xinhua) -- Arab leaders concluded the two-day Arab League summit in Kuwait on Wednesday with their commitment to boost relations and heal rifts between Arab states.
The 25th Arab League Summit ended with the announcement of the Kuwait Declaration, a comprehensive record covering political, economic, social issues in the Arab world.
The leaders reconfirmed their commitments to boost relations and heal rifts between Arab states through constructive and transparent dialogues, pledging to provide financial and technical supports to countries that witnessed political transition.
The declaration called for finding solutions to pressing issues of Arab states, with exerted efforts to overcome the political and economic obstacles.
The Syrian crisis and the Palestinian cause topped the summit's agenda.
The declaration reiterated that the Palestinian cause remains the core issue in entire region. The leaders urged for respect for the Presidency of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, which will pave the way for the Palestinian conciliation among factions.
As for the Syrian crisis, the declaration called for a political solution base on Geneva 1, which is a peaceful transition of power for Syria's integrity and unity. It also demanded the Syrian government to put an end to the bloodshed and alleviate the suffering of Syrians.
The declaration also condemned any forms of terrorism and interference in the internal affairs of other countries.