The President of the Council of Ministers Saad Hariri received today at the Grand Serail the seven-year-old boy, Mahmoud Adham al-Ghadban, who helped in extinguishing the fire that broke out in the town of Dmit in Chouf two days ago. He congratulated him on his courage, and presented him with a medal, as a token of appreciation.
Former Minister Ghattas Khoury, the Secretary General of the Irfan Establishment, Sheikh Sami Abu Al-Mona, the father of the boy Adham Ghadhban and the Director of public relations at the establishment, Rami Ezzedine attended.
Hariri also received a joint delegation from the Royal Jordanian Air Force officers, headed by Lieutenant Colonel Khalid Al-Abadi, and the Cypriot pilots who contributed to extinguishing the fires that erupted in Lebanon in the past few days, and thanked them for their efforts. The Jordanian Acting Charge d'Affaires Wafa Al- Athim and the Secretary General of the Higher Defense Council Major General Mahmoud Al-Asmar attended.
Hariri met with a delegation from the Italian company ENI, headed by the Executive Vice President of International Affairs Lapo Pistelli, in the presence of the Head of the Economic and Finance Unit at the Lebanese Petroleum Administration Wissam Zahabi. Discussions focused on the issue of oil and gas exploration in the second licensing cycle and the gasification project, which is being studied in the ministerial committees. The company, which is currently working in the territorial waters with Total, has expressed interest in investing in all energy-related infrastructure projects in Lebanon.
He also received the 15-year-old Tunisian boy, Amir Fehri, accompanied by his mother, Negar Mohamed Nouri. Fehri told him about the novels he wrote, about accepting the other despite the difference, which won 25 international literary awards. Hariri congratulated Fehri, and wished him further successes.
Source: National News Agency