Mikati says UN-backed talks planned to bring 'stability' to south Lebanon


Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Tuesday that U.N.-sponsored talks are planned in the coming months to bring "greater stability" to Lebanon's clashes-hit southern border region.

The talks will aim at "reaching an agreement, via the U.N., about contested points along the border with the Israeli enemy," Mikati told a delegation from Lebanon's consular corps.

"We hope that in the next three months we will reach a stage of total stability on our borders," he added.

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