Daily News Egypt Home Latest News Lebanon News Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link On Wednesday, Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri left crisis-ridden Lebanon to meet with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi in Cairo. The pair discussed updates of the situation in Lebanon and the region, as well as relations between Lebanon and Egypt, according to Hariri’s press office. Meanwhile, Lebanon is being left to suffer more days without a new government after Hariri’s efforts to form one with President Michel Aoun have gone in vain. #Lebanon’s PM-designate Hariri held talks in #Cairo #Egypt today with President Sisi amid a political crisis over the formation of new Lebanese Cabinet the result of political bickering between rival groups— Bassem Mroue باسم مروه (@bmroue) February 3, 2021 From Cairo, al-Sisi called on the disputing Lebanese politicians to form an independent government quickly in order to rescue the country of its mounting crises. According to a statement by the Egyptian presidency, Sisi reaffirmed Egypt’s support for Lebanon in overcoming its crises and the impact of the Beirut Port explosion and the pandemic. With local efforts to form a government falling out of place, French President Emmanuel Macron said he intends to visit Beirut himself to revive the French initiative. Hariri is reportedly expected to fly to Paris from Cairo, but it is not clear whether or not he plans on meeting with Macron himself. Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media! Become a Patron!