Aug 04, 2015

Prensa Latina News Agency - Italian Defense Minister for Stability in Lebanon

Beirut, Aug 4 (Prensa Latina) Italian Defense Minister Roberta Pinotti expressed here today support to the election of a new president in Lebanon and urged political leaders to solve internal controversies to secure stability.

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