Saudi FM calls for transparent probe into Beirut blasts

      Published on Monday, 10 August , 2020      1156 Views     
Saudi FM calls for transparent probe into Beirut blasts

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Saudi Arabia has called for a transparent and independent investigation into the Beirut blasts, noting that “the continued destructive hegemony of the terrorist Hezbollah raises our concern.”

Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, said during his participation in the Lebanon donor conference Sunday: “The Kingdom is one of the first countries that provided urgent aid to Lebanon.”

He stressed that Lebanon is in dire need of comprehensive and urgent political and economic reform to ensure that this terrible disaster will not recur

Bin Farhan noted that the reform required to ensure Lebanon’s political and economic future depends on strong state institutions that work for the true interest of the Lebanese people.

He stressed that “the continued destructive hegemony of the terrorist organization Hezbollah raises concern to all of us. We all know the proven precedents for this organization’s use of explosive materials and their storage among civilians in several Arab, European, and American countries.”

Bin Farhan renewed Saudi Arabia’s appreciation of France’s call for Lebanon’s friends to “stand together to affirm the strict reform requirements required by the international community to help Beirut get out of this economic and political crisis.”

Category Saudi News | 2020/08/10 latest update at 3:36 PM
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