The Arab Summit asserted solidarity with Lebanon and providing political and economic support to the Lebanese government along with maintaining the Lebanese security and stability.
In its resolution on supporting Lebanon, the summit asserted the right of the Lebanese to resist any assault, necessitating differentiation between combating terror and legal resistance against the Israeli occupation.
It also supported the Lebanese call on the international community to put an end to the Israeli violations and threats.
The summit also lauded the national role of the Lebanese army and security forces in keeping stability and civil security and supporting efforts exerted to maintain Lebanon's sovereignty.
The summit welcomed aid offered by sisterly states to Lebanon, topped by Saudi Arabia which granted Lebanon four billion dollars.
It condemned the abduction of the Lebanese military members by Daesh and Nusra Front since August 2014, calling for their release.
The summit welcomed keenness of the Lebanese government to respect the international legitimacy resolutions over the assassination of late Lebanese prime minister Rafiq el Hariri.
The Arab Summit also supported the dialogue among the Lebanese political parties to pass their disputes and ease the political tension in the country.