Lebanon News

Irish defense official to visit Beirut

This file picture shows Irish U.N. peacekeepers patroling the southern port city of Tyre. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)

BEIRUT: A senior Irish defense official will visit Beirut mid-March to discuss the latest developments in Lebanon and the region.

Minister of State at the Department of Defense Paul Kehoe will also travel to south Lebanon to inspect Irish troops from the United Nations peacekeeping force.

During his stay in Lebanon, Kehoe will also take part in St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with his fellow countrymen.





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