By Ali Al-Nasser (with photos) BEIRUT, July 22 (KUNA) -- Lebanon is planning a grand-scale opening up to the Arab countries after the holy month of Ramadan is over, Lebanese State Minister Marwan Kheireddine said on Friday.
Speaking to KUNA Kheireddine said that "once the month of Ramadan is over, Lebanon will open up, in a more effective way, to the Arab countries in order to enhance ties that would bring more investments and tourists to Lebanon." On Lebanon's internal affairs, more precisely, on the matter of the latest cabinet appointments, the Lebanese official remarked by saying that "the latest appointments included vital positions in the government to ensure the increase of the country's productivity," noting that there is a "comprehensive" understanding among cabinet members.
Marwan Kheireddine, a Lebanese businessman and owner of Al-Mawarid bank, was appointed state minister on Monday to replace Lebanese Democratic Party chief Tala Arslan. (end) an.nfm KUNA 221407 Jul 11NNNN