deployment of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Monday evening, the image "Sylvie" taken by the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the King of Morocco Mohammed VI in the capital of the lights of Paris. 

Hariri attached the picture with the word "no comment", which reflects the depth of the relationship between the three leaders and the strong ties of friendship between the royal families and the Hariri family. 

Mohamed bin Salman is on a two-week visit to France after a two-week visit to the United States.
It was expected that the Moroccan monarch would return to Rabat last weekend, after a recovery in Paris, but the meeting with the Crown Prince postponed his return to his country. 

The Lebanese Prime Minister is always keen to publish his picture with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, on every occasion that brings them together, even before the latter assumed the post of Crown Prince. 

It was the first time that Hariri was published with Prince Mohammed bin Salmanduring the Arab Islamic Summit in the Saudi capital attended by US President Donald Trump. 

The second time, which caused a stir in social networking sites, was when Hariri published his photo with Mohammed bin Salman and his brother the Saudi ambassador to the United States of America, Khalid bin Salman, during the visit by the Lebanese Prime Minister to Saudi Arabia and submitted his resignation from there in early November.