Chad Premier wraps up visit to Lebanon; Bulgarian Premier to visit soon
Chad Prime Minister Haroun Kabadi left Beirut Wednesday, thus concluding a three-day visit to Lebanon, the first by a Chadian official at this level.
In the course of the visit, Kabadi held talks, which focused on the enhancement of bilateral ties and encouragement of investment, according to Qatar News Agency. In a separate development, meanwhile, Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Sakshoburggotski will visit Lebanon next week, during which he is expected to meet with his Lebanese counterpart, Rafiq al-Hariri. (Albawaba.com)
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