Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
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A high-ranking Saudi official in Beirut Tuesday brought together Prime Minister Saad Hariri and two other key Lebanese leaders of the old March 14 coalition who have been at odds ahead of May's parliamentary elections.President Michel Aoun Tuesday was invited to an Arab Summit to be held in Saudi Arabia, before Saudi Minister Plenipotentiary Charge d'Affaires Walid al-Bukhari said Saudi-Lebanese relations would remain as "entrenched as the roots of a cedar tree".Aoun also met with Bukhari Tuesday at the Baabda Palace where he received an official invitation from King Salman to attend the Arab Summit to be held in Saudi Arabia's Dhahran on April 15 .During a Cabinet session last month, Aoun confirmed that he intended to attend the summit, in what will be an ice-breaking move after the president took a critical stance toward Saudi Arabia during Hariri's resignation crisis last year. Hariri later revoked his resignation, and local media have reported that the premier will accompany Aoun on his visit to the Arab Summit.
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