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International experts for Al-Sharq: The need to work to strengthen international cooperation to meet challenges

A group of international experts and academics stressed the need to work to strengthen collective cooperation within an international multilateral framework to confront the serious challenges experienced by all countries in the world. And they highlighted in statements to Al-Sharq that the world today is uniformly affected by crises and wars. Therefore, international powers are required to work jointly and with full solidarity in the event that they decide to overcome geopolitical and economic developments and changes. They indicated that the current edition of the forum raises the most important issues raised on the international approach to managing conflicts and crises, cooperation, the global energy crisis, the approach to promoting sustainable economies, and the war in Ukraine. They explained that the conference does not only aim to discuss these issues, but goes beyond that to present a road map in order to address the urgent security issues facing the global system over international conflicts and intractable crises, and prospects for ways of cooperation to solve these dilemmas. Mr. Nikoloz Khatishvili, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Georgian Parliament, said: I am participating in this international forum initially to discuss issues related to my country, Georgia, and its relations with its surroundings, but I find that the war on Ukraine affected everyone, not just the countries close to the conflict zone, and the whole world suffers from the repercussions of the war on security and supplies Food and energy chains in addition to social and economic problems and climate change problems. He continued: It is important for experts and researchers in the political and social fields to meet to discuss a number of current issues in an academic manner and make recommendations to world leaders and policy implementers in a number of countries in order to develop plans and strategies to overcome internal pressures and the global effects of international crises. Teamwork Ambassador Nathan Sales, former coordinator for counterterrorism at the US State Department and a member of the Soufan Center and the Atlantic Council Center, confirmed that the Global Security Forum in this current session is under the slogan "Redrawing the contours of the world order: conflicts, crises and cooperation" In the presence of senior officials and experts around the world, he discussed security challenges on the international scene, focusing more on finding solutions and presenting practical plans for a number of pressing issues in the world, and not only exchanging views on vital issues of concern to most countries in the world. Sales highlighted that all countries today must be aware that major crises such as wars, conflicts, insecurity and instability affect all countries without exception, regardless of their financial and military capabilities and geographical location. The war on Ukraine is the best evidence of this fact, which must be studied and radical solutions must be provided. Ambassador Nathan Sales stressed that it is important in the Middle East to continue the war on terrorism and eliminate its causes and manifestations of its spread and its impact on the social fabric and its threat to security and stability. He considered that collective action within the framework of international cooperation and reliance on research centers and information analysis is absolutely necessary before adopting a policy to combat any phenomenon or international crisis. Confronting challenges, Eric Rosand, Director of the Strong Cities Network, explained that the importance of the Global Security Forum being held in Doha stems from the accuracy of the current situation, especially in light of the continuing Ukrainian-Russian conflict and its frightening repercussions on the entire world, which seriously raises the need for collective coordination at the academic level. And political to be able to manage conflicts and crises well and definitively. Rosand touched on the importance of collective action to confront climate change and develop realistic plans to promote sustainable economies and confront emergency crises that strike countries such as wars and natural disasters, explaining that Qatar has set an example in providing contribution and assistance in the international effort to solve developmental and political issues that countries suffer from. In the region and abroad, he called for more participation, especially by major countries, in formulating strategic agreements based on the scientific and academic study presented in this global forum. He praised such a global event and its ability to bring together academics and specialists to provide the best studies and research to confront the developments of the global scene, which is changing rapidly and at an unprecedented pace.

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