Lebanon’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Amal Mudallali speaks on Jan. 25, 2018. (The Daily Star/ UN Lebanon Mission, Twitter)
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The following is the full text of Wednesday's statement by Lebanon's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Amal Mudallali at the open briefing of the Security Council, "The situation in the Middle East:"esteemed body, meet to discuss Lebanon, as is called for today, it triggers memories of IsraeliLebanon has witnessed four devastating IsraeliThis is also why President Aoun expressed Lebanon's interest in preservingon Lebanon. He made it clear that Lebanon has no aggressive intentions.UNIFIL Commander General Del Col during their meeting, that Lebanon remainsdefending the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Lebanon," cooperates with the UNIFILThe president and the prime minister-designate also pointed to Israel's responsibility in instigating conflict through its daily violationsThe Lebanese state did not commit any violations, while the violations on the Israeli side weremeeting, every time Israel had violated Lebanon's sovereignty since 2006 .Lebanon, which you had a taste of it today by hearing what the Israeli ambassador said, does notLebanon and Israel including the maritime border.although Lebanon is not concerned with domestic Israeli policy, it refuses to be used as a pawnLebanon is interested in preserving calm on its territory, and living in
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