Cavusoglu, center, with caretaker Prime Minister Tammam Salam at Friday prayers at a mosque in Downtown Beirut.
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Ankara is keen to renew the free transportation and trade agreement with Lebanon, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said during a visit to Beirut Friday.Cavusoglu met with President Michel Aoun and top Lebanese officials, including his Lebanese counterpart Gebran Bassil, and discussed bilateral ties as well as the Syria crisis in-depth.Cavusoglu also reiterated the importance of relations between the two countries.Speaking after Cavusoglu, Bassil said the Syrian people should have a say in their future.Prior to meeting Bassil, Cavusoglu met with President Aoun.Cavusoglu's trip to Lebanon comes amid a number of high-ranking officials visiting Lebanon following the election of its 13th president.
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