Aoun: Ahmadinejad's Lebanon visit to yield positive results

October 10, 2010 14:48


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit to Lebanon will have positive results that "go beyond the Middle East," Lebanon's Free Patriotic Movement Leader Michel Aoun told Iranian news agency IRNA Sunday, according to PressTV.

Aoun added that, "In response to many countries which support Israel, Iran will undoubtedly endorse Lebanon against atrocities of the Zionist regime," and said that defense issues, economic cooperation and development issues will be discussed between Iranian and Lebanese officials.

Ahmadinejad is scheduled to visit Lebanon on October 13.

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