'Hariri to Ahmadinejad: Lebanon will not join Iranian axis'

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October 16, 2010 06:06

 
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Lebanese Prime Minister Sa'ad Hariri told Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that Lebanon will not join a regional axis because Lebanon's unique coexistence formula prevents the country from joining any regional axes, according to a report in Lebanon's An Nahar on Friday.

Hariri reportedly told Ahmadinejad that "the values of the Lebanese formula, in all its sectarian components, are the strongest weapon, not to mention that confronting Israel requires high-level economic capabilities," An Nahar reported.


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