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Frem says “Arab League stressed its commitment to Lebanon at the Jeddah Summit”


MP Neemat Frem considered that the Arab League stressed during the Jeddah Summit on its commitment to “Arab and Taif Lebanon” and has shown its support to the Lebanese army, adding that the participating leaders do not want Lebanon to be an arena for confronting battles.

Speaking in an interview with “Voice of All Lebanon” Radio Station this morning, he called for “pressing the international community to expedite the extraction of oil, as we cannot wait long in the border demarcation dossier.” 

He said, “In order to gain strength in the border demarcation file, we must work on preparing channels for drilling and addressing internal problems, especially political corruption, in order to avoid entering the club of failed states.”

Commenting on the recent address by Hezbollah Secretary-General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Frem said “it expresses the party’s opinion alone, not the position of the state that is committed to the Taif Accord.”

In response to a question, he  deemed that the main problem lies in the intervention of politics in state institutions which led to the state’s failure and financial collapse. 

“Therefore, restructuring and getting the country out of the crisis will pass through rebuilding state institutions away from politics and entering into administrative development,” he asserted.  

“If there is an actual reform project for the country, it will become clear in the coming months,” Frem concluded.


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