The United States criticizes Syria’s return to the Arab League, a coalition of the Arab world. The U.S. government does not believe that Syria “deserves to rejoin the Arab League at this time.”
The league decided to readmit Syria on Sunday, after its membership was suspended in 2011 due to the bloody suppression of a popular (US-sponsored) uprising that degenerated into war. In recent months, the ties with the Syrian Assad regime have already been cautiously tightened by several Arab countries. He also hinted at a return. On May 19, There will be a summit of the association in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, where Syria is welcome.
The Arab League was founded in 1945 by seven countries, including Syria. The organization now has, including Syria, 22 member states
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