Lebanese Forces head Samir Geagea meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Sept. 9, 2017 (Lebanese Forces via Twitter/ The Daily Star)
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The Lebanese Forces leader and the head of the Kataeb Party headed to Saudi Arabia separately Wednesday in an apparent indication that the kingdom may be making moves to rekindle the faded March 14 movement. Samir Geagea and MP Sami Gemayel left separately from Rafik Hariri International Airport early Wednesday ahead of projected visits by a number of other Lebanese officials closely tied to the now-defunct March 14 movement. An airport source told The Daily Star that Geagea left for Saudi Arabia aboard a 9 a.m. plane. Sources in the parties stressed that there had been no coordination between the Kataeb and LF over the visit. A source from the Kataeb Party said that no further information would be made public until Gemayel himself speaks.
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