JARRAH, BUKHARI INAUGURATE SAUDI-LEBANESE DIPLOMATIC MEMORY EXHIBITION, HAIL BILATERAL TIES
Minister of Information, Jamal Jarrah, on Monday heaped praise on the existing bilateral relations between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, during the inauguration of the Saudi-Lebanese Diplomatic Memory Exhibition, where he represented Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, in the presence of KSA Ambassador to Lebanon, Walid Bukhari, marking World Photography Day, at Beirut House in Sodeco.
"We know well the depth of the Saudi-Lebanese ties," Jarrah said, lauding Saudi Arabia's unwavering keenness on Lebanon's safety and security.
The KSA, in all the stages of its rule, and with all its Kings, has always been keen on stability in Lebanon, as well as on the country's prosperity and growth, the Minister added.
We hope this historic relationship, which has deep roots, will continue and develop because we still need this Arab support under the prevailing harsh conditions, and under the current attacks targeting the Arab region, Jarrah added.
We thank you, Mr. Ambassador, for reminding us of the brotherhood that brings us together and God willing, forever, the Minister added as addressing Ambassador Bukhari.
For his part, the Saudi Ambassador indicated that the exhibition aimed to highlight the consolidated bilateral relations between the two countries.
Bukhari also noted that the kings and governors of the KSA had always loved Lebanon for all the talents and achievements of its people, nature, civilization, culture, and coexistence.
Source: National News Agency