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Saudi Arabia orders Lebanese Ambassador to leave Riyadh and recalls it’s ambassador

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Saudi Arabia on friday ordered Lebanese Ambassador to leave Riyadh and recalled it’s Ambassador to Lebanon. Saudi government also stopped all imports from Lebanon causing another instability in Middle East.

In a Press Release issued by the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Saudi Kingdom expressed its concern over the deterioration in the Saudi-Lebanese relations due to the ignorance showed by its authorities.

“We do not consider statements issued by Lebanese officials expressed the Lebanese community in the Kingdom,”

the ministry said in its statement.

All this instability happened over the offensive remarks made by the Lebanese Minister of Information against the Saudi-led Arab coalition supporting legitimacy in Yemen.

The ministry said that the control of the terrorist Iranian sponsored Hezbollah militia over Lebanon’s decision has made Lebanon a battleground for terrorist designs. “Hezbollah militia provides support and military training to Al Houthi terrorist militias,” the statement added.

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Umair Aslam

Umair Aslam is a Founding Editor at Global Defense Insight. He has worked as a defence journalist reporting on military modernization programs, nuclear non-proliferation, arms control and the South Asian Arms race. He has been extensively quoted in international publications such as the ‘EurAsian Times’.
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Umair Aslam
Umair Aslam is a Founding Editor at Global Defense Insight. He has worked as a defence journalist reporting on military modernization programs, nuclear non-proliferation, arms control and the South Asian Arms race. He has been extensively quoted in international publications such as the ‘EurAsian Times’.

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