The Arab League is founded when a charter is adopted in Cairo, Egypt.
The Arab League is a regional organization of Arab countries, founded in Cairo, Egypt in 1945. The League’s purpose is to promote economic, cultural, and political cooperation among its member states, and to coordinate their policies in a variety of fields, including trade, education, and defense. The League also aims to safeguard the independence and sovereignty of its member states, and to promote peace and stability in the region. The League’s headquarters is located in Cairo, Egypt, and its current members include 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region.