Following his trip to Damascus, the international peace envoy for Syria Al-Akhdar Al-brahimi was to hold talks in Cairo on Monday with Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi.
"Ibrahimi will brief Arabi on his visit to Syria and his meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and members of the opposition there," an Arab League official said.
Arabi and the UN-Arab League envoy, who left Damascus on Sunday, will discuss "the Arab and international moves required to resolve the current crisis in Syria," the official said.
Ibrahimi warned after a meeting with Assad that the worsening conflict in Syria threatens both the region and the world at large.
As part of their effort to undermine any peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis, a Free Syrian Army commander who had an Internet conference call with the envoy on Sunday said his mission was doomed to fail.
"We are sure Ibrahimi will fail like the other envoys before him, but we do not want to be the reason of his failure," the Free Syrian Army chief for Aleppo province in north Syria, Colonel Abdel Jabbar al-Okaidi, told AFP.
According to the Iranian Fars news agency, Ibrahimi is also expected to attend part of a meeting of foreign ministers of a Syria "contact group" in Cairo. The group includes Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey.