Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani, right, receives former Prime Minister Saad Hariri in Doha, Monday, April 13, 2015.
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Senior officials from the Future Movement and Hezbollah will meet Tuesday in a new round of talks amid soaring tensions between the two rival parties, fueled by a bitter war of words over the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, officials said Monday.Hariri later left for Riyadh, where he met at his residence with Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk, one of three senior officials representing the Future Movement in the dialogue with Hezbollah.However, despite the bitter war of words, Hariri and Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah have affirmed that dialogue between their two parties would go on, unaffected by their sharp differences over the conflicts in Syria and Yemen.Despite the escalating media campaigns, Berri said Hezbollah and the Future Movement have insisted on maintaining the dialogue.Nasrallah is scheduled to address a Hezbollah rally Friday to protest the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, according to a party statement. Future official Mustafa Alloush called on his party to end dialogue with Hezbollah over anti-Hariri comments made by Nasrallah and bloc members.
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