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(See translation in Arabic section)  
Lebanon - Former President Michel Aoun received today Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon, Mojtaba Amani, accompanied by Chargé d'Affairs Hassan Khalili, on a visit to congratulate him on the holidays, during which they discussed the general situation in Lebanon and the region.
After the meeting, the Iranian ambassador said that his country "always desires a rapprochement of views between all parties and sects in Lebanon," adding that his words with President Aoun were in this context.
He also called on the Lebanese parties to "converge views to elect a president of the republic as soon as possible, which will impact the economic recovery and help to get over the imposed deadlines."


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