File - Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri arrives at the National Dialogue session held at Baabda Palace, Lebanon, on Monday, June 25, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri announced that he will call on Hezbollah and the Future Movement to use a less antagonistic tone in addressing disagreements between the two parties.The recent developments were seen as a possible end to the dialogue, but Berri assured Wednesday that the talks will go on despite the rhetoric.The Speaker also said that he did not discuss Nasrallah's speech with Saudi Ambassador Ali Abdullah Asiri, who visited last week, and that the discussion was limited to the developments in Lebanon and Yemen.
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