Photo of Jordanian King Abdullah II. (AP Photo/Yousef Allan, Jordanian Royal Palace)
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Jordan's King Abdullah is ready to assist Lebanon in finding a solution to the country's presidential vacuum and is willing to help in boosting the capabilities of the country's security forces, Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Wednesday.Lebanon has been without president since May 2014, when President Michel Sleiman left the office at the end of his term.In addition to assisting in presidential elections, Machnouk said that the Jordanian king has also expressed his readiness to provide "moral and financial" support to boost the capabilities of Lebanese security forces.
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