Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri expresses disappointment about the inability to celebrate the Army’s special day, and the political leaders’ immobility and lack of initiative to end the presidential vacuum. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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As the country marked Army Day Friday, Lebanese politicians emphasized the importance of preserving the strength and unity of the national military as the region sinks deeper into turmoil."All Lebanese and the Army are saddened that they have to celebrate this annual occasion, which is marked every first of August without aFor Berri, supporting the Army and increasing and developing its military equipment is a must in order to preserve the intuition's strength.Moqbel also greeted the Army in a statement Friday."Most of the times, terrorism hits the Army and security forces, but the mission to fight this terrorism is a burden on all Lebanese," Kobeissi said. He recalled the essential role that the Army had played and continued to play in the south to counter Israeli aggressions.
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