Saudi Envoy Will Be Visiting Lebanon

Arab News

The five-nation group for Lebanon, including the U.S., France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Egypt, is scheduled to convene this weekend to address Lebanon’s situation.

Nizar al-Aloula, an advisor to the Saudi Royal Court, will participate in this meeting before traveling to Beirut to brief Lebanese officials on the meeting’s outcomes, as reported by the ad-Diyar newspaper.

French Special Presidential Envoy for Lebanon, Jean-Yves Le Drian, is also expected to visit Lebanon, according to the same source. Additionally, Qatari envoy Jassem bin Fahad Al-Thani plans to visit Lebanon, though his trip has been postponed to a later date.

It is worth noting that in light of recent tensions, Saudi Arabia has advised its citizens against traveling to Lebanon. The Saudi embassy in Lebanon has urgently called for its citizens to evacuate the country, particularly avoiding areas with armed conflicts.

Related: Saudi Arabia Still Interested In Normalization Deal With Israel After War

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