Saudi Arabia’s top envoy to Lebanon, Walid Bukhari. (The Daily Star/ Saudi Press Agency)
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Saudi Arabia's top envoy to Lebanon, Walid Bukhari, said Thursday his country would lift the travel warning to its citizens about visiting Lebanon once a new government is formed.In November 2017, following the resignation of Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri which was later withdrawn, Saudi Arabia advised its citizens against traveling to Lebanon and requested that Saudi nationals in the country leave as soon as possible.But a source from the Saudi Embassy clarified that there was no ban on Saudi tourists traveling to Lebanon.
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