Macron announces Saudi-French initiative to solve diplomatic crisis with Lebanon • FRANCE 24

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France and Saudi Arabia agreed on Saturday to do more to help the Lebanese population, work to solving a diplomatic row between Beirut and the Gulf states and jointly push to get the government there running.

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