Arab League appointed 31 diplomats from nine Arab countries, including Iraq

Arab League today announced the appointment of 31 diplomats from nine Arab countries in the General Secretariat of the League as part of the reform and development process that you make.
The Secretary-General of the League Nabil Elaraby in a speech to diplomats, the new university is keen to inject new blood of young Arab diplomatic staffing structure of the Secretariat.
He called the new Arab diplomats to promote their expertise to serve the reform process carried out by the University for the development of joint Arab action system.
The 30 diplomats from Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Algeria, Libya, Djibouti, Comoros and Somalia have sworn to the Secretary-General of the League today for the start of diplomatic life Jdidh.anthy