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Egypt keen on preserving Lebanon's security, stability: FM

MENA , Wednesday 4 Sep 2019
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry during his meeting with Lebanon
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry during his meeting with Lebanon's Progressive Socialist Party Walid Jumblatt in Cairo on Wednesday (photo courtesy of Foreign Ministry)
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Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has reiterated Egypt's support for Lebanon's security and stability.

During a meeting with the head of Lebanon's Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) Walid Jumblatt in Cairo on Wednesday, the foreign minister said that Egypt spares no effort to keep Lebanon out of regional conflicts and achieve the country's interests.

The meeting comes as part of continued coordination between the two countries to discuss the latest developments in the region, spokesman for the foreign ministry Ahmed Hafez said.

Shoukry praised the role played by Jumblatt to maintain Lebanon's stability and security.

Jumblatt expressed appreciation for Egypt's efforts to defuse regional tensions and restore stability in the Middle East.

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