Lebanese Ministers Hussein Hajj Hassan, left, and Ghazi Zeaiter arrive in Damascus, Syria August 16, 2017. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
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Despite direct contact with the Syrian regime still being a controversial issue, Lebanese ministers met with Syrian government representatives Thursday as part of a trip to Damascus.The industry minister also stressed the importance of the Lebanese presence at the event and claimed it reaffirms the position of Lebanon as a supporter of Syria.The visit is the first by Lebanese ministers since the Syrian conflict began in 2011 .The ministers are visiting Syria with a delegation of Lebanese businessmen following an invitation from the Syrian Economy and Trade Ministry.
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