17 days after the resignation of Riyadh: Hariri in Beirut
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived in Beirut, according to Arab media, including Sky News, 17 days after he announced his resignation from the Saudi capital Riyadh, which caused a major political crisis in which international parties, including Saudi Arabia, Iran, France and Egypt, entered.

Thus, Hariri was present in four countries on Tuesday, France, from which he traveled to Egypt, and then flew to Cyprus, which he went to Lebanon.

Hariri said after meeting with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi that the talk he had gathered was based on the need to distance Lebanon from regional politics. He added that he will announce his political position from Lebanon when he visits him tomorrow to celebrate the national day, which will be "a holiday for all Lebanese."

Hariri resigned early this month from the Saudi capital of Riyadh, raising speculation he was under house arrest in the kingdom. Hariri denied that, saying that he would not go to Lebanon until security arrangements were made after he discovered threats to his life.

Hariri visited the UAE and then returned to Riyadh before going on a tour to France and Egypt, followed by Cyprus. It is supposed to be in Lebanon tomorrow to celebrate the national day.

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