Arab foreign ministers will meet in Cairo on Feburary 11 to discuss the Syrian conflict, while members of the Arab peace initiative are to meet on the same day to discuss the Middle East peace process, a league official source said Wednesday, Kuwait news agency KUNA reported.
Arab League member states were informed of the dates of the meetings, the source said in a press release.
The foreign ministers will be discussing the Arab League observer mission in Syria, which was suspended due to the increase of violence, he said.
Possible actions by the Arab League to solve the Syrian conflict will be discussed as well, added the source.
Qatari prime minister and foreign minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem Al-Thani, chairman of the Arab League Syria committee, and Arab League Secretary General Nabil Al-Araby briefed the UN Security Council in New York yesterday about the League's initiative to solve the conflict in Syria.