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Within days, the Lebanese Prime Minister will visit Iraq

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Within days, the Lebanese Prime Minister will visit Iraq Empty Within days, the Lebanese Prime Minister will visit Iraq

Post by rocky Fri 09 Apr 2021, 6:57 am

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Baghdad - Mawazine News
Lebanese media revealed, on Friday, an official planned visit of the resigned Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab to Iraq.
The Lebanese newspaper Al-Jumhuriya stated that the caretaker prime minister, Hassan Diab, will visit Iraq on the 17th and 18th of this month.
The newspaper added that the Lebanese delegation will include the ministers of energy, health, agriculture, tourism and industry, amid questions about whether this visit is a direct response of heavy caliber to the Egyptian disregard for the current government and its head in the recent visit of Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry to Beirut.
The political scene in Lebanon remains ambiguous, since the resignation of Hassan Diab's government in the wake of the Beirut Port explosion, which resulted in 200 casualties and damaged large parts of the city.
Saad Hariri was nominated last October to form a new government, but without results so far, and a dispute has raged between Hariri and Aoun for months over the form of this government and the number of its members, which dashed hopes of changing the course of the worsening financial collapse in Lebanon. Ended 29 / h
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