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Prime Minister Saad Hariri Friday met with the ambassador of the European Union and of Russia, who stressed the importance of the Lebanese government functioning without external interference.France has played a leading role in easing the political crisis following Hariri's resignation from the premiership on Nov. 4, engaging in high-level diplomacy with Lebanese and Saudi officials. Egypt has reportedly played a lesser role.In his meeting with EU Ambassador Christina Lassen, Hariri reportedly discussed the latest developments in the country and EU-Lebanon relations.The flurry of meetings comes two days after Hariri returned to Lebanon, following an 18-day absence from the country, at the outset of which he resigned from the premiership.
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