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Suleiman, Assad in 'Near Daily' Contact PDF Print E-mail
Written by Naharnet   
Tuesday, 06 October 2009

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President Michel Suleiman awaits the outcome of talks between Syrian President Bashar Assad and Saudi King Abdullah that would certainly have an impact at the domestic level.

Suleiman, according to the daily As-Safir, stressed that he is in "nearly daily" contact with Assad as well as with the Saudi Kingdom.

Suleiman said he was trying to do his work in line with the Constitution in order to reach an agreement on the new government that would, in turn, launch reforms in various areas.

Pan-Arab Asharq al-Awsat newspaper, citing Lebanese sources, said Suleiman was likely to join the Assad-Abdullah talks if he was invited.

Al-Liwaa daily, however, quoted political circles as ruling out Suleiman's participation in the summit "so long as a Cabinet lineup has not yet been reached."

It said a visit by PM-designate Saad Hariri was likely to take place within the framework of Syrian-Lebanese summit. 
 
Beirut, 06 Oct 09, 10:01

http://www.naharnet.com/domino/tn/NewsDesk.nsf/getstory?openform&3E83E534014EB4F7C2257647002A00C7

 



 
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