The Central Bank of Lebanon.
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Saudi Arabia will not halt its financial support for Lebanon despite the recent tensions between the two countries, according to Merrill Lynch.According to the report, Merrill Lynch "indicated that Lebanese officials did not receive from Saudi authorities a written or verbal request to withdraw the Saudi deposits at the Central Bank of Lebanon, which were placed originally at the height of the July 2006 war.The report continued: "Merrill Lynch considered that the Saudi government's warning to its citizens about traveling to Lebanon as not unprecedented, given that similar measures were imposed during previous instances of severe domestic political instability and deterioration in security conditions.
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