The top of the Arab League says there has been no settlement up to now for Syria’s return to the group.
The league’s secretary-basic, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, made the remarks on Monday in Lebanon, after meeting President Michel Aoun.
Aboul Gheit says an agreement would result in an Arab overseas ministers’ assembly on the subject however “until now, I have never felt such a improvement or understanding.”
Syria’s membership in the 22-member Arab League was suspended in 2011 after the Syrian authorities’s army crackdown on protesters calling for reforms.
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The protests later became an armed insurgency and a full-blown civil conflict, now in its eight yr.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is essentially seen as having gained the conflict, partially because of essential political and army backing from Russia and Iran.