An “important and pleasant” Emirati statement regarding Lebanon


The diplomatic advisor to the President of the UAE, Anwar Gargash, announced that his country’s authorities do not intend to prevent Lebanese travel to the Emirates.

Gargash said, in a press statement he made today, Tuesday, that his country will not prevent the Lebanese from traveling to it, indicating that the UAE will continue humanitarian support for Lebanon and does not want the Lebanese citizens to face more suffering due to the ongoing political and economic crisis in their country.

This confirmation comes at a time when the relations between the Lebanese government on the one hand and a number of Gulf countries led by Saudi Arabia are witnessing diplomatic tension that may deepen the political and economic crisis that Lebanon is going through.

On October 29, the Saudi government announced that it had summoned its ambassador to Lebanon to consult with giving the Lebanese ambassador to the Kingdom 48 hours to leave, against the backdrop of the diplomatic crisis between Riyadh and Beirut, related to statements by the Lebanese Minister of Information, who said in a recorded interview to the “Parliament of the People” program on Al-Jazeera, in response to a question about his position on what is happening in Yemen: “A people are defending themselves, are they attacking anyone? .. In my view, this Yemeni war is absurd and must stop.”

Qardahi considered that “the Houthis are defending themselves in the face of external aggression,” so one of the attendees asked him: “Do you consider that the UAE and Saudi Arabia are assaulting Yemen?” He replied: “There is certainly an attack, not because they are Saudi Arabia or the UAE, but because there has been an attack that has been going on for 8 years, and what you cannot implement in two or three years, you will not be able to implement in 8 years.”

The UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait have taken similar steps, and this diplomatic tension threatens to exacerbate the economic crisis that Lebanon is currently going through.

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