The meeting tackled “the latest developments in the Lebanese arena,” the report added
Geagea “expressed his gratitude and appreciation for the kingdom” over “its support for Lebanon and its people and its keenness on the country’s security and stability during all circumstances,” the report said.
The meeting was also attended by Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, State Minister Musaed al-Ibyan, Culture and Information Minister Adel al-Turaifi, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Nizar Madani and head of General Intelligence Khaled al-Humaidan, SPA added.
Saudi Arabia granted the Lebanese army $4 billion within a period of 9 months between 2013 and 2014. Most of the arms under the grants will be supplied by France
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