Arab-Kurdish Dialogue Conference kicks off tomorrow in Lebanese

The activities of the Arab-Kurdish Dialogue Conference entitled "Towards Coexistence and Equal Citizenship" will start tomorrow, Sunday, in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.

The conference aims to find ways to strengthen relations between Kurds and Arabs in light of common challenges and threats, and a large number of Lebanese, Syrian, Palestinian, Jordanian, Iraqi, Kurdish and other personalities will participate in it.

The conference begins with a minute of silence, the Lebanese and Kurdish national anthems, then a speech by the Preparatory Committee for the conference, and congratulatory telegrams.

The conference will consist of two sessions, the first of which will start at 10:30 and will include several axes: “The history of Kurdish-Arab relations and the Kurdish presence in Lebanon, history and the present, colonial policies and regional interventions, the influence of the mentality and tools of the nation-state on Arab-Kurdish relations” before ending this session with free discussion.”

The second session begins at one o’clock and includes the following topics: “solidarity and unity of destiny among peoples in the face of challenges, culture of coexistence and brotherhood of peoples, women’s pivotal role in democratizing society, proposed solutions and projects: the citizenship state and the democratic nation project” before this session also ends with discussions free.

The conference ends with a closing statement and an invitation to attend a luncheon.

It is noteworthy that the activities of the Arab-Kurdish Dialogue Conference are a sequel to several conferences held in other Arab countries, the last of which was last January, in the Jordanian capital, Amman, entitled “Arabs and Kurds… Dialogue is the path to a common future.”



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