Lebanese army soldiers patrol near the site where suicide bomb attacks took place in the Christian village of Qaa, in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon June 28, 2016. REUTERS/Hassan Abdallah
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The newly appointed U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Elizabeth Richard Tuesday vowed to continue supporting the Lebanese Army and preserve the country's stability and security.Joumhouria said Lebanese Army Commander Gen. Jean Kahwagi was informed of the plans during a meeting with Richard and the U.S. Central Command Land Forces Commander, Lt. Gen. Michael Garrett.Garrett renewed U.S. support for Lebanon's military institution and hinted toward plans to increase aid to the country.
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