Hariri: We shouldn't have blamed Syria for father's killing

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 6, 2010 09:45

 
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Lebanese Prime Minister Sa'ad Hariri sounded a note of reconciliation with Syria on Monday in an interview with London-based Arabic newspaper Asharq al-Awsat.

"I have turned a new page in relations with Syria since the formation of the current government," said Hariri.

He added, "We found that we had committed some mistakes, and blamed Syria for my father's assassination. The accusation was political. We hurried into assigning guilt."

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