President Michel Aoun meets Italian Ambassador Massimo Marotti at Baabda Palace, on May 22, 2018. (The Daily Star/Twitter @LBPresidency)
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President Michel Aoun Tuesday met with Italian Ambassador to Lebanon Massimo Marotti, who reaffirmed the $2.4 million pledge his country made to the Lebanese Army and security forces during the Rome II conference.In the meeting with Aoun on Tuesday, the ambassador reiterated that Italy will work to provide additional training to the Lebanese Army this year and is examining the Italian Army's continued participation in the United Nations Interim Forces In Lebanon deployed in the south, according to the statement.
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