Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri presides a cabinet meeting at the governmental palace in Beirut, Lebanon September 29, 2017. REUTERS/Mohamad Azakir
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on stable Lebanon, PM tells ministersLebanon's stability is a key priority for Saudi Arabia, Prime Minister Saad Hariri assured ministers at Thursday's Cabinet session as a fresh dispute broke out over the newly appointed Lebanese ambassador to Syria. Prior to kicking off the 3-1/2-hour meeting at the Grand Serail, Hariri informed ministers of his recent trip to Saudi Arabia. Turning to the recent rift between Bassil and Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk, Riachi dismissed any quarreling during the Cabinet session between the two.However, Bassil and Machnouk met in the presence of Hariri following the Cabinet session. Riachi said this was due to "technical reasons" and that it would meet Friday.Bassil, Telecoms Minister Jamal Jarrah, Minister of State for Human Rights Affairs Ayman Choucair, Minister of State for Administrative Development Inaya Ezzeddine and Council for Development and Reconstruction head Nabil Jisr will accompany Aoun.
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