Plumbly speaks at the opening of "The Taif Agreement 25 Years Later" conference. (The Daily Star/HO)
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The 1989 Taif Agreement will be under scrutiny during a conference marking the 25th anniversary of the deal, which ended 15 years of bloody civil war. Organized by the Civil Center for National Initiative and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Foundation, "The Taif Agreement 25 Years Later," conference was launched Wednesday at the Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut. Husseini said that all of the political parties had a desire to determine the national stance on the Taif Agreement, and that this explained their willingness to participate in these discussions.The relevance of the Taif Agreement and whether it could be applied in other regional contexts will be examined Friday.Plumbly highlighted the need for Lebanon to protect the achievements of the Taif Agreement amid regional turmoil.
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