UN Lebanon Agree To Try Revitalizing Peace Process
UN Envoy And Lebanon Agree To Try To Revitalize Middle East Peace Process
The United Nations envoy in the Middle East has held talks in Beirut with senior members of the Lebanese Government about how to revitalize the peace process in the troubled region.
Terje Roed-Larsen, the UN’s Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, yesterday met with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Prime Minister Omar Karami, Deputy Prime Minister Issam Fares and Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hamoud.
UN spokesman Fred Eckhard told reporters today that Mr. Roed-Larsen and the Lebanese officials agreed that Middle East peace will only be lasting if it is comprehensive.
Today Mr. Roed-Larsen
also conducted meetings with former Lebanese Prime Minister
Rafiq Hariri and Walid Jumblatt, the leader of the country’s
Progressive Socialist Party.