Newly-elected Lebanese President Michel Aoun, right, walks next to Lebanese Parliament speaker Nabih Berri, left, as they leave the parliament building, in Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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Speaker Nabih Berri said Wednesday that political parties may issue statements confirming the country's new political agreement once the Cabinet renews its activities and announces the results reached in this week's deliberations, which will coincide with the president's reutrn to the country.Although no Cabinet session has been called for, local media has widely reported that officials will convene next week, following statements from the country's political leadership to the effect that a breakthrough in the political crisis could be expected then.Separately, Berri met with the Lebanese Army chief Gen. Joseph Aoun.
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