Shorter said the U.K.’s pending exit from the EU would not affect ties with Lebanon.
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The agreement was a memorandum of understanding between Shorter and Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk, which guarantees $13 million to Lebanon's Internal Security Forces in their quest to safeguard the country.The MoU also affirms Britain's aim to help Lebanon build a strong police force that is able to protect the citizens of the country.Five people died Monday in the border village of Al-Qaa after eight suicide bombers blew themselves up in a desperate attempt to kill as many civilians as they could.Machnouk also praised the signing of the MoU, stating that it reinforced Britain's commitment to supporting Lebanon in their mission to counter terrorism.
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