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UAE Reopens Embassy in Lebanon

The UAE will reopen its embassy in Lebanon and establish a joint committee to streamline visa issuance for Lebanese citizens to the UAE. This decision follows a meeting between President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Lebanese caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati in Abu Dhabi.

They discussed enhancing bilateral relations, including economic and developmental aspects, and addressing Lebanon’s current challenges.

Sheikh Mohamed reiterated the UAE’s support for Lebanon’s unity, sovereignty, and stability, while Mikati expressed deep appreciation for the UAE’s consistent support, which has benefited the Lebanese people and their ability to tackle challenges.

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