His special visit to president Aoun was to reaffirm America’s support to Lebanon’s security and stability, and to the Lebanese Army. The same sentiment was shared by Italy, France, and Egypt as well.
In addition, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, sounded the alarm over Lebanon’s situation becoming uncontrollable and urged the Lebanese government to make reforms.
The international community, as well as people of the Lebanese October 17 Revolution, strongly hope to see Lebanon stand back on its feet with urgent reforms that can end the compounding crises.
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