The declaration expressed full commitment to the reconstruction of Gaza and end the suffering of its citizens and to provide a decent life for them, and call on the international community to work to speed an end to the siege on the Gaza Strip and the opening of the crossings in and out of the Gaza Strip.
It also expressed full support for fair and legitimate rights of the Syrian people to restore full occupied Syrian Arab Golan to the line of June 1967, according to the international legitimacy resolutions in this regard. It expressed rejection of all actions taken by the Israeli occupation authorities to change the legal status, natural and demographic of the Syrian Arab Golan, as a violation and breach of international law and the UN Charter which considered the Israeli decision to annex the occupied Syrian Golan as illegal and null and void and as a serious violation of UN Security Council Resolution 496 (1981). The declaration also reiterated support for the steadfastness of the Arab citizens in the occupied Syrian Arab Golan, and stand by their side in their opposition to the Israeli occupation and its repressive practices, and support their determination to hold on to their land and their Syrian Arab identity.
The declaration emphasized full solidarity with Libya in its right to preserve its sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, and expressed rejection of any form of foreign interference in its internal affairs. It welcomed the outcome of elections of the NCP held in July 2012 and the support for the Government's efforts to achieve national reconciliation and complete the building of state institutions and accelerate the removal of all the economic and social damage resulting from humanitarian policies of the former regime.
The Doha declaration stressed commitment o to maintaining the unity of Yemen and respect for its sovereignty and national independence, and stress the rejection of any interference in its internal affairs. It expressed support for the Yemeni people in their aspirations for freedom, democracy and social justice. The declaration also expressed strong condemnation of the Iranian government continued perpetuating of its occupation of the three UAE three islands in violation of the sovereignty of the United Arab Emirates, which threatens security and stability in the region and lead to a destabilization of international peace and security. It reaffirmed the inalienable right of the United Arab Emirates in its full sovereignty over the three islands of Greater Tunb and Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa. It also expressed support for all peaceful means and measures taken by the UAE to restore its sovereignty over the three islands.
The declaration also expressed solidarity with the Republic of the Sudan, and we welcomed the signing of the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan on 08/03/2012 on implementation of cooperation agreements signed on September 27, 2012, and emphasized the importance of establishing relations of cooperation between the two countries to be based on common interests and mutual security and good neighborliness in order to achieve stability in the region. It appreciated the efforts by the Sudanese government to support and consolidate the Arab- African relations. The declaration a welcomed the efforts made by the State of Qatar and the Republic of Sudan to hold the international donor conference for the reconstruction of Darfur in Doha on 7 and April 8, 2013, and called on member states and Arab funds to actively participate in the work of the conference and making commitments ability to support the efforts of the Sudanese government in the reconstruction of Darfur. The declaration also welcomed the success of the Republic of Somalia, and the progress that has been made in the political process and the election of the President of state and Speaker of parliament. It also called on the member states and the countries of the world to provide all forms of political and material support and financial and technical assistance to Somalia to enable it to continue to achieve political progress and strengthen security and help them build state institutions and reconstruction.