Lebanese president departs for Iraq ahead of Armenia visit

Lebanese president departs for Iraq ahead of Armenia visit

PanARMENIAN.Net - Lebanese president Michel Aoun on Tuesday, February 20 morning left Beirut to Iraq on an official visit before heading to Armenia later this week.

The Lebanese delegation Wednesday will leave Baghdad to Yerevan where talks with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, Speaker Ara Babloyan and Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan will be held.

Aoun is accompanied by the ministers of Industry, Interior and Tourism Hussein Hajj Hasan, Nouhad Machnouk and Avedis Guidanian respectively, and the Minister of State for Combating Corruption Nicolas Tueni along with MP Hagop Pakradounian.

Photo. Stephane Mahe/AP
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