BEIRUT: The Lebanese Forces will engage in National Dialogue once Hezbollah is out of Syria and ready for a serious talk over the control of its arms, an LF lawmaker said Saturday.
“We are ready to go back to dialogue once Hezbollah is ready for a serious debate over its weapons,” MP Antoine Zahra told the voice of Lebanon radio station.
“If Hezbollah takes a decision not to take part in Syria war, everything can be solved,” he said.
The LF has boycotted National Dialogue for years despite efforts to re-launch the stalled all-party political talks.
The president and other public officials have recently called for incorporating Hezbollah's weapons into the state's control, something the party has resisted.
The Future Movement, the LF’s main ally, says that it would join dialogue only after the formation of a new Cabinet.