Aoun speaks at the 17th Francophonie Summit in Yerevan. (The Daily Star/Dalati & Nohra, HO)
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Lebanon has embraced coexistence after years of struggles, President Michel Aoun said Thursday in a televised speech at the opening of the 17th Francophonie Summit in Yerevan, Armenia.During the summit's afternoon session, which was presided by Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pachinian, Aoun was elected vice-president of the summit, as were the heads of delegations from the Ivory Coast, Haiti, Mauritius and Vietnam, a statement from the president's office said.Photos later circulated on social media showing Aoun greeting French President Emmanuel Macron, who he is expected to meet Friday.
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