The Libyan Premier, Major Salem Jalloud, paid a brief visit to Syria on Monday (8 December, 1975) and reached an agreement with the Syria government on the need to mobilise Arab resources for "the battle of liberation".
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Background: The Libyan Premier, Major Salem Jalloud, paid a brief visit to Syria on Monday (8 December, 1975) and reached an agreement with the Syria government on the need to mobilise Arab resources for "the battle of liberation".
A statement on talks between Major Jalloud and President Hafez Al-Assad and other Syrian leaders also reiterated the two countries' strong opposition to the second Egyptian-Israeli disengagement accord.
The statement said the two sides had reviewed the current Arab situation and developments of the Palestine Problems, in addition to the "conflict with Zionist enemy and armed clashed in Lebanon".
Liberation of Arab territories calls for "additional mobilisation of the Arab'military, political and economic resources, "it added.
Both sides expressed support for the "struggle of Palestine people represented by the Palestine Liberation Organisation". They said they would "protect the Palestinian revolution against any attempt to liquidate, weaken or impose side battles with it".
Syrian and Libya also announced support for the Lebanese people in the preservation of their national unity, independence and territorial integrity.
On the same day, Monday, President Assad also met the East German Minister of Foreign Affairs, Herr Oskar Fischer. Herr Fischer also had talks with his Syrian counterpart Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Abdel Halim Khaddam.
Their talks covered the Middle East situation and the development of economic relations and tourism between their two countries.