Geagea says won't 'waste time' on vain dialogue with Hezbollah
Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea has said in a televised interview that he "will not waste additional time on a dialogue that will not lead anywhere."
"Hezbollah will never be an advocate of dialogue," Geagea said, stressing that the group has a pragmatic image and a specific plan that it would never deviate from.
Geagea called on Hezbollah to stop obstructing quorum in presidential election sessions before calling for dialogue.
He also advised French special envoy Jean-Yves Le Drian not to suggest dialogue again, adding that the LF and other opposition parties have already held consultations and intersected on Azour.
"Le Drian has proposed a third-man solution and we are ready to hold more consultations in order to reach a new sovereign presidential candidate," he said.