Chebib and his delegation, who visited counterparts in Paris and the Ile de France region, discussed mutual projects. (The Daily Star/NNA, HO)
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Beirut city governor Judge Ziad Chebib and a Lebanese economic, academic and political delegation returned to Beirut over the weekend after a two-day visit to France, the NNA reported.Chebib and his delegation, who visited counterparts in Paris and the Ile de France region, discussed mutual projects, such as exhibitions and business development cooperation. Among the key issues discussed was the importance of cooperation on Beit Beirut, the Lebanese Civil War arts and memorial center, supported by the French government. Members of the delegation included Municipal Council Gaby Franini, Sulaiman Jaber, Ragheb Haddad, Antoine Sryani and Said Fattah, president of the Lebanese-French Chamber of Commerce Gaby Tamer, Chairman of Malia Holding Group Jacques Sarraf, Director General of the Higher Institute of Business ESA Stephan Attali Mosque HEC in Lebanon Nicolas Bou Khater, and a representative of the Lebanese Association for the legacy of Charles de Gaulle in Lebanon George Nour.
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