Former Lebanese President Michel Suleiman speaks during a bilateral meeting with President Barack Obama at the United Nations headquarters, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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Former President Michel Sleiman warned Friday that Lebanon is at risk of political polarization and called for neutrality toward the region's crises.Sleiman was apparently responding to Syrian President Bashar Assad's remarks a day earlier on Lebanon's policy of dissociation from regional conflicts.In a lengthy interview published Thursday by Syria's Al-Watan newspaper, Assad denounced Lebanon's policy of staying out of regional conflicts.For his part, Sleiman commended the Baabda Declaration, which calls for neutrality of all Lebanese political parties toward the Syrian crisis.
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