Prime Minister Tammam Salam and Speaker Nabih Berri are greeted by the Mayor of Riyadh, Prince Turki, center right, as they arrive to give their country's condolences for King Abdullah, Jan. 24, 2015. (AP Photo/SPA)
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Saudi Arabia's policy toward Lebanon will not change under King Salman, both Prime Minister Tammam Salam and Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Asiri confirmed over the weekend.Salam, Speaker Nabih Berri and a large delegation of ministers and MPs joined hundreds of world leaders and dignitaries in Riyadh to offer their condolences for the passing away of King Abdullah.In addition to the official Lebanese delegation, and upon the invitation of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, a large delegation made of Lebanese MPs, politicians, Islamic and Christian religious leaders, businessmen and journalists traveled to Riyadh Saturday to offer their condolences for the passing of King Abdullah.Hariri met during the condolences with Berri and Salam.King Abdullah passed away late Friday at the age of 90 and was succeeded by his half-brother Salman.
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