Beirut � Lebanese President Michel Aoun affirmed the stable security situation in his country, stressing that Lebanon faced the threat of terrorism on the border with Syria.
"Lebanon regained its national strength and unity after the recent presidential elections and the formation of the government," President Aoun told visiting Cuban First Deputy Foreign Minister Marcelino Gonzalez in Beirut on Wednesday.
He emphasized that the country was able to maintain its security and stability in the face of two permanent threats, namely the threat of terrorism on the eastern border and the Israeli threat on the southern border.
According to Lebanon's state-run National News Agency (NNA), the visiting official handed over a message to President Aoun from his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro, in which he underscored the bilateral ties between Lebanon and Cuba and the need to bolster them on all levels.
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