EU Ambassador to Lebanon Christina Lassen poses during an interview with The Daily Star in Beirut, Monday, July 30, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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On the occasion of Lebanon's Army Day, European Union Ambassador to Lebanon Christina Lassen praised the Army, commending its successes under the leadership of Gen. Joseph Aoun. The Daily Star sat with the EU's top diplomat in Beirut ahead of the day's events to discuss efforts to support Lebanon's security.Q: The EU is supporting Lebanon in several sectors related to security. What are some concrete examples of how the EU has helped in counterterrorism and interagency security cooperation?Q: Can you talk about the European Union's support for Lebanon's border security?Q: What kind of work is being done in Arsal and north Lebanon to ensure border safety against external threats?Q: How are you supporting Lebanon in combating cybercrimes?Q: Do you have a message for Lebanon's security agencies' leaders?For the EU, and I think for the international community as a whole, the security and stability of Lebanon are extremely important.
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