Hariri says cooperation with Iran is indispensable

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 26, 2010 20:47

 
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In an interview with official Iranian news agency IRNA on the eve of his visit to the country, Lebanese Prime Minister Sa'ad Hariri denied accusing Hizbullah of assassinating his father.

Hariri said, "We consider cooperation [with Iran] as indispensable for the threats endangering both countries, DFA reported.Speaking of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's recent visit to Lebanon, Hariri said that the trip provided the two countries with a "historic chance" to promote bilateral relations.



In the interview, the Lebanese prime minister accused Israel of posing the greatest danger to the region, PressTV reported.

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