In May, Lebanon held its first parliamentary election since 2018.
According to the Beirut News Agency (NNA), Qatar’s diplomats have been accepted by Lebanese counterpart Abdallah Bou Habib and their mutual ambassadors.
This visit is made because Lebanese government officials have stated that Beirut will host a meeting of the Arab League and will be attended by players from key regions and Secretary-General Ahmad Abourgate of Brock. ..
This precedes the full Arab League summit to be held in Algeria in November.
Sheikh Mohammed visited a country in crisis mid-last year and offered to provide Qatar’s assistance in the socio-economic turmoil of Lebanon.
At that time, Qatar expressed its commitment to provide Lebanese troops with 70 tonnes of food per month to ease the burden on Beirut authorities.
On another trip to Beirut February last yearQatar’s Foreign Minister also stated that he was ready to support Lebanon’s economy after Lebanon took office.
In May, Lebanon held its first parliamentary election since 2018, revolutionizing the ruling class elite since 2019. The revolution also saw the resignation of then-Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Hariri ended his political career in January this year.
Since then, the situation in Lebanon has continued to deteriorate, especially after the currency has lost 90% of its value against the US dollar. Residents also did not have access to savings from local banks.
Meanwhile, the public remained disappointed with the outcome of the elections and had the previous hope of voting for politicians they blame for the economic turmoil in the countries they do not listen to.
of February This year, Sheikh Mohammed emphasized the need to address Lebanon’s political divisions in order to resolve the decades of crisis.
“Unfortunately, the people of Lebanon are under a lot of political pressure from their own political leaders, which is what we have just seen in these sectors and what happened at the end of the day,” he said. Said.
Sheikh Mohammed, who spoke of efforts to find diplomatic solutions in Lebanon, said the inter-denominational system was still a burden.
“We see some political leaders who have a desire to change, but unfortunately there is something in the system that is hindering everyone.”
https://dohanews.co/qatars-fm-in-lebanon-as-beirut-prepares-to-host-arab-league-meeting/ FM-Doha News in Qatar in Lebanon where Beirut is preparing to host a conference in the Arab League