A Saudi prince tweets about a “simple solution” in Lebanon to return to what it was in the era of Rafik Hariri

A Saudi prince tweets about a “simple solution” in Lebanon to return to what it was in the era of Rafik Hariri
A Saudi prince tweets about a “simple solution” in Lebanon to return to what it was in the era of Rafik Hariri

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)—The Saudi Prince, Sattam bin Khalid Al Saud, commented on the diplomatic crisis between a number of Gulf countries and Lebanon, following the statements of the Lebanese Minister of Information, George Qardahi, about the Yemen war, which was considered offensive to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Emirates.

And the prince said in a tweet on his Twitter page: “The solution in Lebanon is simple if the political leadership is serious about that, that a weapon be in the hands of the state and not in the hands of parties that impose their agendas, and for Lebanon to distance itself from what is happening in the region from political quarrels, especially hateful to Arab countries, to return to what it was during the presence of Martyr Rafic Hariri, a safe haven for tourism and investment.

He continued, “It is unnatural and illogical for Gulf investments to return to Lebanon in the face of public statements by political and party figures hostile to the Gulf and support for terrorist militias in Yemen with weapons, training and drug smuggling in an organized manner.

In a separate tweet, Prince Sattam said: “Yes, and a thousand yes to Lebanon’s sovereignty, but where is the sovereignty from Hezbollah’s weapons and the imposition of its agendas on the state? Where is the sovereignty from its military interventions in the region despite the state’s refusal to do so? Where is the sovereignty in the face of non-accountability of drug smugglers because Who is behind it is the same party? In the end, slogans are easy, but the truth is difficult.”

 
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