The League has as its purpose the strengthening of the relations between the member-states, the coordination of their policies in order to achieve co-operation between them and to safeguard their independence and sovereignty; and a general concern with the affairs and interests of the Arab countries. Nationality, passports, visas, execution of judgments and extradition of criminals. It likewise shall be the Council task to decide upon the means by which the League is to co-operate with the international bodies to be created in the future in order to guarantee security and peace and regulate economic and social relations.
The Council may, however, assemble at any other place it may designate.
Decisions of arbitration and mediation shall be taken by majority vote.
In case of aggression or threat of aggression by one state against a member-state, the state which has been attacked or threatened with aggression may demand the immediate convocation of the Council.
Economic and financial affairs, including commercial relations, customs, currency and questions of agriculture an industry. Communications; this includes railroads, roads, aviation, navigation, telegraphs and posts. These committees shall be charged with the task of laying down the principles and extent of co-operation.
Such principles shall be formulated as draft agreements to be presented to the Council for examination preparatory to their submission to the aforesaid states.
Any resort to force in order to resolve disputes between two or more member-states of the League is prohibited.