Arab foreign ministers affirmed that Jerusalem must be the capital of a future Palestine state during a meeting following the inauguration of the 149th Session of the Arab League in Cairo on Wednesday. “The peace we seek must adhere to the internationally agreed terms of reference for the negotiations between the parties. Such negotiations will have a specific time frame for the establishment... Еще of a Palestinian state on the borders of June 4, 1967 with East Jerusalem as its capital,” stated Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul-Gheit. The Secretary General also addressed the Syrian crisis, which he described as “an ugly wound in the heart of the nation”. He said that “the UN-led Geneva track is a chance that must be seized to save united, independent and terrorism-free Syria with fully control on its entire territory”. As planned, the officials also spoke about ways of confronting Iranian interventions in the domestic affairs of Arab countries. “To establish normal relations with Iran, it depends on stopping its interference in the affairs of the States of the region and stop the violations and acts of provocation and stop the division and sectarianism among the citizens of the Arab States”, said Saudi Arabia's permanent envoy to the Arab League Ahmed Kattan.