Iraq declares its readiness to host an emergency Arab summit .

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Twilight News / announced the parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, Tuesday, Iraq's readiness to host an emergency Arab summit in the event of a claim the member states, stressing that Iraq is looking forward to play a positive role towards the crises faced by the Arab.
Syria is demanding the convening of an emergency Arab summit on the back of the Arab League resolution at a meeting of Arab foreign ministers meeting in Cairo this weekend, who spent suspend the membership of Syria.

A member of the Foreign Relations Committee, Emad Youkhana in an interview with "Twilight News" that "Iraq is willing to host an emergency Arab summit, and the time is appropriate, as well as to Iraq's return to normal on the Arab and international levels."

Iraq and declined to vote on a resolution of the Arab League, which also provides for the imposition of economic and political sanctions on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, on the back of the violence taking place in Syria months ago.

The Youkhana that "preparations to host the Arab summit existed and still, and we were ready with the internal political differences, and some countries which demanded postponed the event without being held in Baghdad," noting that "Iraq is looking forward to play a positive role in resolving crises Altaata facing Arab countries, including Syria ".

The Arab League decided at a meeting in May to postpone the Arab summit in Baghdad to March 2012.

The Arab League issued a statement saying that the delay was based on a formal request from the Republic of Iraq after the talks held with Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.