Aoun Says Lebanon Diaspora Can Help Crippling Economy


President Michel Aoun on Tuesday emphasized the important role Lebanon’s diaspora can play in reviving the country’s worsening economy, the National News Agency reported.

He said the “diaspora can help restore economic recovery and limit the repercussions of the current situation on citizens who face daily difficulties.”

The President also stressed the need to restore the value of the Lebanese pound, calling on all to cooperate to achieve this goal.

Aoun’s positions came during a meeting with a delegation of the Lebanese-Zimbabwean Friendship Association at Baabda Palace.

Comments 11
Thumb warrior 22 June 2021, 15:07

Lebanese-Zimbabwean Friendship Association???!!!

Thumb 22 June 2021, 15:27

And not a single black person lol

Thumb galaxy 22 June 2021, 17:07

Yes, it has seven members, all aounis, and they are pictured above.

Thumb Puppet 22 June 2021, 16:47

You ask me : "Puppet, do you respect general Aoun who is now president and Imam?"
I Answer : "I sure do"

You Ask me : "Puppet, why do you respect general Aoun who is now president and Imam?"
I Answer: " I dunno, I just do"

Thumb 22 June 2021, 18:56

Please don’t shoot the messenger, but I’d sure hate to break it to you…. You’re a puppet, basically you weren’t designed to understand the ‘why’, the saddest part though is that there are millions more puppets in Lebanon!

Default-user-icon Patriot (Guest) 22 June 2021, 21:48

Dream on. You must be a supporter of Aoun because Aoun always throws the blame on others by saying they did let him do as he wished, or he would have preferred to tend to his father's farm rather than be a president. The problem in Lebanon is internal no matter how one labels it.

Default-user-icon sal (Guest) 22 June 2021, 21:55

You are an idiot, we will give you nothing as you and your thieves will steal them. Rot in hell and let the people come and take you out when they hunger starts to bite

Default-user-icon cocoman (Guest) 23 June 2021, 06:35

Not in a billion years will i ever put another penny into the Lebanese banking system...

Default-user-icon rami kremesti (Guest) 23 June 2021, 14:16

never will my money go to a corrupt government/president such as the one currently in power in Lebanon.

Default-user-icon rami kremesti (Guest) 23 June 2021, 14:17

if you are referring to countries like Iran and Syria, I agree, but it is the Lebanese themselves who chose the worst external partners...

Default-user-icon Patricia (Guest) 24 June 2021, 14:22

Lebanon and Zimbabwe. Two failed states with the greatest hyper-inflation in world history.