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Argentine Official Hails Role of Syrian Community.

Buenos Aires, (SANA)-The official at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs Norma Nascimbene de Dumont underlined the significance of the huge Arab, especially the Syrian, community in Argentina, praising its role in building the Argentine civilization.

In a speech at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the occasion of the annual anniversary of founding the Arab League, de Dumont described the Syrian community as a bridge linking Argentina to the Arab world culturally and socially.

She said her country's ties with the Arab countries have achieved tangible progress which materialized in the meetings between the countries of Latin America and Arab countries.

The Arab League ambassador to Argentina underlined the importance of the Latin American counties' stances vis-Ea-vis the ongoing events and the recognition of some Latin American countries of an independent Palestinian state.

He drew attention to the dynamism in the Arab-Argentine relations which have grown perceptibly over the past years, backed by the will of the incumbent Argentine government.

The event has been held under the auspices of the Argentine Foreign Ministry for three years, in a sign of the evolving relations between Argentine and the Arab countries.

M.

Ismael

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