U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale, second right, meets with a delegation from the March 14 General Secretariat in Beirut, Monday, June 9, 2014. (The Daily Star/U.S. Embassy Twitter account)
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United States Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale said Monday that his country's policy toward Hezbollah remained the same and Washington still considered it a terrorist organization.Hale also criticized Hezbollah's ongoing involvement in the Syrian war and called on the group to withdraw from the conflict in the neighboring country. He said any side with influence over the regime of Bashar Assad should use its sway to help bring an end to the war. Hale also reiterated his country's commitment to partnership with Lebanon and the support for the country's foundations and constants, the Taif Accord, and the Baabda Declaration.
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