Sleiman meets with Bukhari, Shamsi: It is unacceptable to disturb Lebanon’s Arab relations

Former President Michel Sleiman stressed Sunday the "need to pay attention to Lebanon's relations with the Arab countries that have stood by the Lebanese state at all stages."

He warned, herein, of the negative aspects of any undermining attempt against these countries, in a bid to serve the axes working to change the face of the region.

Sleiman's words came during his meeting this morning with Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon, Walid Al-Bukhari.

The former Lebanese President commended the Saudi Kingdom's role and its continuous support to Lebanon and its army, hoping that its leadership would "reconsider the frozen Saudi gift that the Kingdom pledged to Lebanon prior to the end of Sleiman's presidential mandate in 2014."

Sleiman also received today UAE's Ambassador to Lebanon, Hamad Saeed Al Shamsi, with discussions touching on the regional situation.

He praised UAE's positive role towards the Arab brethrens and the Lebanese.

Source: National News Agency