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Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri Thursday held talks with a French official who had led preparations for the CEDRE conference in a meeting to follow up on developments and pass on the concerns of the international community that pledged funds at the event. The meeting with Pierre Duquesne, the French inter-ministerial delegate to the Mediterranean tasked with following up on the results of CEDRE, came weeks after Parliament endorsed a series of laws that included several CEDRE-related projects. Earlier in the day, Duquesne met with Speaker Nabih Berri at the latter's Ain al-Tineh residence.Despite the stern calls for a swift formation, Duquesne also expressed optimism.Earlier in the week, Hariri spoke to reporters, warning that the results of CEDRE were in danger.
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