Source Pravda.Ru

Lebanese Premier Leaves For Working Visit To Moscow

On Wednesday Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq al-Hariri left for Russia for a working visit, a RIA Novosti correspondent. Al-Hariri is accompanied by a delegation which has Energy Minister Mohammad Baydun, Economy Minister Basil Flayhan, Culture Minister Ghassan Salameh, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Adnan Kassar and President of the Investment Development Authority Kamal Hayek. The Lebanese side and representatives of the Russian leadership are expected to discuss the developments in the world and in the Middle East, the current bilateral relations and prospects for their development. The visit by the Lebanese Premier to Russia will last three days.

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