Nasrallah meets with Berri to discuss latest developments

August 3, 2010 14:49


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Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah met with Lebanese Parliamentary Speaker Nabih Berri to discuss the latest developments in the country, according to a Press TV report Tuesday.

The meeting on Sunday night focused on the recent Lebanon's visit by leaders of Saudi Arabia and Syria, a Press TV correspondent reported.

Nasrallah and Berri also praised Lebanon's security forces for revealing several Israeli espionage networks.

Lebanon has arrested nearly 100 people on suspicion of spying for Israel since April 2009. Several suspects are employees of the country's telecommunication sector.

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