Arabs agree to reopen meeting in Morocco

Arab foreign ministers agreed Monday to reconvene the 12th Arab summit meeting in Fez Sept. 6, the official Moroccan news agency reported.

The announcement was made at the end of the three-day ministerial session at Mohammedia, north of Casablanca. The 12th summit was suspended within a few hours of its opening in Fez in November because radical Arabs objected to a Saudi Arabian peace plan for the Middle East which implicitly recognized Israel's right to exist within its pre-1967 borders.

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