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Arab nations near consensus on two-state solution at Bahrain Summit

Arab leaders gather at the 33rd Arab Summit in Bahrain to discuss Gaza, propose a ceasefire, and push for a Palestinian state. The summit aims to achieve a unified stance on regional issues, including the conflict in Sudan and the threat to navigation in the Arabian Gulf. Attendees include leaders from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, and Syria. The summit will also address the urgent need for diplomatic efforts towards peace and the establishment of a Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital. The Palestinian question is expected to be central to the conference, with an emphasis on finding a radical solution in accordance with the two-state proposal.

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