Machnouk held talks with his French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve. (Photo Courtesy of the Nouhad Machnouk media office)
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Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk unveiled during talks with his French counterpart in Paris Tuesday a three-pronged strategy to fight terrorism in Lebanon, including ensuring political stability and bolstering the capabilities of security agencies affiliated with his ministry.Machnouk, heading a high-ranking security delegation, began an official visit to Paris by meeting with French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve in the presence of General Security chief Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim, head of the Internal Security Forces' Information Branch Brig. The meeting, which was also attended by senior French police and security officers, discussed security and political challenges facing Lebanon and the region, according to a statement released by Machnouk's media office in Beirut. Machnouk arrived in Paris Monday on a four-day official visit for talks with senior French officials on security coordination between the two countries to fight terrorism.
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