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The British and German ambassadors to Lebanon traveled to the isolated eastern border town of Tfail Tuesday to visit completed watchtowers for the 4th Land Border Regiment and sign a $1.7 million assistance package for the Lebanese Army.German Ambassador to Lebanon Martin Huth accompanied Shorter on the visit to oversee how the country's contribution of $1.7 million to U.K. led-project would be used.However, Hezbollah's Secretary-General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah announced in May that the town was now "safe" and some residents' returned.Speaking in further detail on U.K. contributions, the source noted the technical aspects of the watchtowers. The U.K. and the United States have been main partners in boosting Lebanon's land border security following the onset of the Syrian crisis.
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