Aoun Heads to Riyadh, Says Efforts Can Begin to Return Refugees to Syria
President Michel Aoun traveled Monday to Saudi Arabia on his first foreign trip since taking office, starting an Arab tour that will also take him to Qatar and Egypt.
Aoun had received an official invitation to visit the kingdom from Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz.
He is accompanied by a large ministerial delegation comprising the ministers Jebran Bassil (foreign affairs), Marwan Hamadeh (education), Ali Hassan Khalil (finance), Yaaqoub al-Sarraf (defense), Nouhad al-Mashnouq (interior), Pierre Raffoul (presidency affairs), Melhem Riachi (information) and Raed Khoury (economy).
Lebanon’s ambassador to the kingdom Abdul Sattar Issa will join the delegation upon its arrival.
Aoun will then head to Doha on Wednesday to meet the invitation of Qatar’s emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.jwirr, broiles like thisIt ain't the things you don't know that hurts you, it's the things you know that ain't so.
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