Hariri Sponsors Launching of Business Support Unit

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Prime Minister Saad Hariri said on Monday the government will continue to work and implement vital projects despite the obstacles.

The PM's remarks came during the launching ceremony of an investment fund for start-ups in the telecommunications sector and the Business Support Unit at the Investment Development Authority of Lebanon IDAL.

“I would like to thank you all for establishing this fund. I would also like to thank IDAL, Alfa and Touch, because this is very important for the Lebanese youth and the entire Lebanese as well,” said Hariri.

“Our priority in the government is to work to keep the Lebanese youth in their country, and it is our duty to find the means and work to lift all the obstacles and problems they face. We have a specialized unit in the Grand Serail working on the modernization of old laws, which date back to the fifties and sixties, and hopefully these laws will be presented to the Cabinet and included in the budget of 2018,” he added.

“I also want to thank our Chinese partners working in the country, we want them to stay in Lebanon and hopefully this whole work will benefit the Lebanese citizen.”

“We will continue to work. We hear racket and this racket will continue and will increase. I will not stop, and I will do what Martyr Prime Minister Rafic Hariri did, which was building hospitals, universities and developing the regions. No matter how loud the racket, this government will continue to work,” he concluded.

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Thumb galaxy 19 February 2018, 14:20

“We will continue to work. We hear racket and this racket will continue and will increase. I will not stop, and I will do what Martyr Prime Minister Rafic Hariri did, which was building hospitals, universities and developing the regions. No matter how loud the racket, this government will continue to work,” he concluded.

looool yeah work;)

Thumb s.o.s 19 February 2018, 16:27

A failed businessman (and politician) waffling about the youth, yet most grads are fleeing the country since he sold Lebanon to Damascus and Tehran.

Thumb canadianleb 19 February 2018, 19:17

Somebody should tell him there is a brain drain taking place in Lebanon.