How did Saudi Arabia comment on the current events in Lebanon?

How did Saudi Arabia comment on the current events in Lebanon?
How did Saudi Arabia comment on the current events in Lebanon?

Al-Liwa wrote that in a prominent development, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud expressed his concern about the political and economic situation in Lebanon, “and it requires action now.”

He believed that “the events of the past two days show that Lebanon needs real and serious change, considering that the responsibility lies with the leaders.”

The Saudi Foreign Ministry had made it clear in a previous statement that the Kingdom is following with interest the current events in Lebanon, and expresses its hope for the stability of the situation in it as soon as possible, stressing the Kingdom’s firm position and its solidarity with the Lebanese people.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry said: The Kingdom is following with interest the current events in Lebanon, expressing its hope that the situation will stabilize as soon as possible.

Saudi Arabia affirmed its “standing and solidarity with the brotherly Lebanese people. And it aspires for Lebanon to prevail in peace and security by ending the possession and use of weapons outside the framework of the state and strengthening the Lebanese state for the benefit of all Lebanese without exception.

The statement added that “the brotherly Lebanese people deserve stability in their homeland, growth in their economy, and security that dispels terrorism.”

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