United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon gives statements about Syria, Gaza and the downing of a Malaysian airline over Ukraine July 17, 2014 at UN headquarters in New York. (AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA)
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In an expression of international support for Lebanon amid the current regional turmoil, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon might visit Beirut, sources told The Daily Star.Ban's visit would be a positive sign that the international community and the members of the U.N. Security Council have a unified position with respect to Lebanon.The sources believe that Lebanon's stability – at the security, political and economic levels – is in the interest of major U.N. member states. The sources believe there is still hope, claiming that there will be much discussion in the upcoming Cabinet session Thursday to find a solution.
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