British Ambassador to Lebanon Hugo Shorter, left, sits with Modern University for Business and Science in Beirut Chairman Dr. Hatem Alami at an event celebrating Lebanese-Welsh ties . (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A group of students and faculty from the Modern University for Business and Science in Beirut celebrated ties between the institute and Wales, at a Thursday event with British Ambassador to Lebanon Hugo Shorter.As the Welsh mark the country's annual celebration of its patron saint on March 1, faculty and students from MUBS praised their educational ties with Wales' Cardiff Metropolitan University.Describing the link between Lebanon and Wales as a "great association," Shorter lauded the relationship between the two universities and the opportunities for cultural exchange.
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