A delegation from Oman visited Beirut in the past two weeks and met with a number of officials, especially from Hezbollah, a media report said.
The meeting with Hezbollah “focused on the need for the party to withdraw from Yemen and not to interfere there,” Kuwait’s al-Jarida newspaper reported.
“The issue of Hezbollah’s forces redeployment in Syria in return for withdrawals from several regions was also discussed,” the daily added.
Al-Jarida also reported that a Qatari delegation led by a diplomat from the office of the country’s deputy foreign minister has also visited Lebanon and met with several officials and parliamentary blocs to “discuss means to exit the Lebanese crisis and offer the necessary assistance to end the presidential vacuum.”
“This visit was exploratory and aimed at preparing for an official and public visit that might be carried out by a Qatari delegation to Beirut in coordination with Saudi Arabia,” the newspaper said.
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