Lebanon PM urges countrymen to remain calm, adding that his family would stay in Saudi Arabia
Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri presides a cabinet meeting at the governmental palace in Beirut. PHOTO: REUTERS
BEIRUT: Saad al-Hariri, Lebanon’s Prime Minister who resigned from his post on Nov. 4th from Saudi Arabia, said he is fine and will return to Lebanon in the next two days.
Writing on Twitter, Hariri urged Lebanese to remain calm, adding that his family would “stay in its country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”, he said.
يا جماعة انا بألف خير وان شاء الله انا راجع هل يومين خلينا نروق ، وعيلتي قاعدة ببلدها المملكة العربية السعودية مملكة الخير .
— Saad Hariri (@saadhariri) November 14, 2017