Hariri speaks to Gamble during the interview in Davos. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri said Wednesday he did not fear that a toughening in U.S. policy toward Hezbollah would have a detrimental impact on Lebanon's economy.Hariri also reiterated the importance of Lebanon's dissociation policy in ensuring relations between Lebanon and its Arab neighbors was maintained. Hariri had announced his resignation on Nov. 4 from Saudi Arabia, but later went back on it after the policy of dissociating Lebanon from regional conflicts and interference in the affairs of Arab countries was unanimously reaffirmed by Lebanon's Cabinet in December. Hariri has often stressed the importance of the policy, saying he regards it as essential to preserving Lebanon's stability.Hariri also visited the residence of Swiss President Alain Berset and discussed the latest developments in Lebanon and the Middle East region, as well as Swiss-Lebanese bilateral relations.Hariri also met with Brazilian President Michel Temer, discussing the conferences.Hariri said he had invited Temer to Lebanon, adding that the Paris conference would be an opportunity for Brazil to increase its private-sector dealings in Lebanon's economy -- such as in the electricity sector.
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