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Editor Amjad Salah, Mohamed Shafik. Monday 12 may 2014 20: 07
Alsumaria news/Cairo

Iraq, called Monday, while chairing a meeting of the 46 Commission Symposium on Standardization of terminology and concepts of the military Department of military affairs of the General Secretariat of the League of Arabic, Arabic military terminology standardization.

He said the Symposium, Chairman of the delegation of Iraq Maj. Gen. Khalil Ibrahim during the meeting which was attended by "alsumaria news" in Cairo, "the Arabs unite military terminology in the 1973 war, which involved more than an Arab Army against the Israeli enemy," Noting that "unification of military terminology during that war easy interaction between the Arabic armies and create a State of harmony and consensus among themselves," he said.

"The whole Arabic has worked since its formation in the 1950s to develop a uniform rule for all Arabic countries to unify vision, goals and directions for all States members, Arabic stating that" among the sectors that are interested in this aspect of military and national security sector, which his yearly studies where the views and proposals of States in identifying topics and discussed during seminars first and last year. "

Ibrahim said that "at these symposia are choosing a topic and discussion by the delegates after the States studies show their views, debate within the University Arabic at a specific date to access a consolidated study commonly understood by all Arabic States and decide on that basis and then distributed to the Member States to make use of it in teaching in colleges and military institutions."

"Most of the meeting is Arab-meeting between the military establishments of Arabic and is a higher goal to exchange information and experience and communicate well," he said, adding that "the military unification of terminology is not intended word or term in itself but the intended military studies," he said.

He cited Ibrahim subject of patrols and ambushes, noting that topics discussed at the Symposium, saying, "we know the views of both the Sudanese army and the Egyptian and Iraqi armies, Mauritania and Morocco and the Gulf Cooperation Council States and read the concepts used by armies in the same time we are trying as much as possible the withdrawal of these concepts from all States and consolidation into one concept acceptable to all States in Arabic."

The Symposium started (May 4, 2014) and continue until the 15th of the same month UNU headquarters Arabic in Cairo.