(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) H E Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs has said that the Arab Summit recently held in Kuwait worked hard to resolve differences among Arab countries.
In an interview to Russia Today channel, reported by Oman News Agency, H E Alawi said that issues concerning the Arab world were earlier discussed at the meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers in Cairo.
He added that while there is an Arab consensus on certain issues regarding Syria, concerns about refugees remain unresolved.
Another difference regarding Syria was the proposal on giving the opposition the Syrian seat in the Arab League, which had been met with reservations by some parties.
H E Alawi also reiterated the fact that Oman has managed to avoid the tremors' in the Arab world, with its moderate' domestic and foreign policy.
Regarding Iran, H E Alawi said there is a need for countries to reach a consensus and maintain stability and peace in the region.
As for the sultanate's stance on the Gulf Union, H E Alawi said, ''Our brothers at the Gulf Cooperation Council understand our situation and we believe that we have managed, to make of what could be done. We have clarified our stance.'