The last meeting...and the lasting one.
National Cabinet examines COVID-19 vaccine rollout strategy
The Crisis Buster – Four-Step Plan to tackle Covid and ensure a bright future
Kuwait participates in Arab-German Health Forum
Lebanese presidential office explains decision to expel journalist from palace
France needs to avoid walking in America’s steps
First day at Grand Serail Mikati says people's needs top priority
Strong Lebanon: Affirmed that giving confidence to the government was linked to the contents of its ministerial statement...
Kuwait defeats Uzbekistan in Asian volleyball championship
Gemayel meets in Egypt with Petroleum & Mineral Resources Minister
Pope Warns Of 'Threat Of Antisemitism' In Europe
France issues special postage stamp marking French-Kuwaiti friendship
Lebanese Army Chief discusses with Egyptian president means to boost ties, support LAF

Army Chief discusses with Egyptian president means to boost ties, support LAF

28 Jul 2021

Cairo - Lebanese Army Commander, General Joseph Aoun, accepted the invitation of his counterpart, Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Mohamed Farid, to visit the Arab Republic of Egypt, with the aim of discussing ways to continue supporting the Army and bolstering relations between the two armies.

Aoun began the visit with a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, who affirmed his pride in "the depth of relations between Egypt and Lebanon, both at the official and the popular levels," and stressed "Egypt’s keenness on Lebanon’s safety, security, stability and national interest," praising "the main role played by the Lebanese Army in maintaining stability and balance in Lebanon."

For his part, General Aoun conveyed the greetings of President Michel Aoun, stressing "Lebanon's keenness to maintain the strong ties that bind the two brotherly countries, based on the foundations of solidarity and brotherhood", and expressing Lebanon's appreciation for the Egyptian efforts to support it and its military institution, "as an extension of Egypt's pivotal role in maintaining stability in the entire Arab region."


Copyright 2007