During the meeting, both sides confirmed their interest in strengthening ties between the two peoples and agreed to hold a meeting soon in Beirut for the Lebanese-Iraqi Joint Higher Committee, in the context of Prime Minister Al-Sudani’s upcoming visit.
As disclosed by the Lebanese government’s Twitter account, the head of the government of Iraq spoke of the ongoing cooperation to supply Lebanon with oil in accordance with the previously stipulated agreements.
The agenda of the Lebanese interim chief of staff, before his participation in the Arab-Chinese summit, included talks with Ayman Abdel Rahma, Prime Minister of Algeria.
During the dialogue, the two parties completed the debate on the issues discussed at the Algiers Summit last October.
Miqati arrived in Riyadh last night in response to the invitation of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, who highlighted the positive impact of the meeting on the countries of the region and the world.
The convening of the summit arose in light of what was agreed during the ninth session of the ministerial meeting of the Forum for Arab-China Cooperation