Former Lebanese premier Saad Hariri traveled to Moscow on Tuesday to meet with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in order to discuss the current issues in the Arab world and Lebanon.

Hariri was accompanied to Moscow by the Lebanese Interior Minister Nuhad Mashnouq, Dr. Ghattas Khoury, and Nader Hariri.

 

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@AOrti
@AOrti
2016-03-30 06:41

he goes to Moscow to represent Lebanon or Saudi Arabia?…

georgy
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georgy
2016-03-30 17:23
Reply to  @AOrti

Hmm good point @Aorti – to whom he represent?

Wow_ThatsLame
Wow_ThatsLame
2016-03-30 01:58

He must not be very happy