Solana in Riyadh for talks on Lebanon, ME peace

March 13, 2007 18:12


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Lebanon's political crisis and the stalled Middle East process were the focus of talks between EU's foreign policy chief Javier Solana and Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on Tuesday. Riyadh is the second leg of Solana's three-nation tour that comes ahead of an Arab League summit to be held here at the end of the month. On Monday, he visited Lebanon. The EU official and Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal discussed Lebanon's political stalemate and ways to revive to the almost 60-year Arab-Israeli dispute.

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