February 6, 2023

Danesh Join

Science and Technology Magazine

Mikati meets with emirs of Kuwait and Qatar / Doha sends foreign minister to Beirut

Mikati meets with emirs of Kuwait and Qatar / Doha sends foreign minister to Beirut

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According to Student International, quoting Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati met with the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and discussed bilateral relations between the two countries.

The Emir of Qatar said during the meeting that he would soon send Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani to Beirut to discuss ways to support Lebanon and complete investigations into issues raised, particularly the crisis in Lebanon and the Persian Gulf.

Mikati also met with his Kuwaiti counterpart, Sabah Khalid al-Hamad al-Sabah, and stressed Lebanon’s desire to establish relations with the Gulf states.

The Kuwaiti Prime Minister, in turn, expressed his country’s interest in Lebanon and its continuous efforts to support it in all fields, while at the same time his desire for the unity of the GCC countries and stressed: Lebanon is capable of any problem with its tact. Or address the vacuum and find all the necessary support from Kuwait and other Arab countries.

Mikati also had a meeting with Kristalina Georgiava, the director general of the International Monetary Fund, and the international official told Mikati that he intends to help Lebanon overcome the current recession. The cooperation plan is an opportunity that must be implemented with the relevant parties in order to reach an appropriate solution.

One of Mikati’s most important meetings today is with French President Emmanuel Macron and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

In this regard, Lebanese President Michel Aoun today continued contacts with Riyadh aimed at resolving the consequences of the crisis.

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Aoun briefed Mikati on the outcome of his contacts with international officials attending the Glasgow summit.

Lebanon’s relations with the Gulf states have been strained by the country’s information minister’s criticism of the Yemeni war.