» Tuesday, May 9, 2006


Asked what had been discussed, the PMOS said they had discussed the National Dialogue on Lebanon, which we very much supported. They had discussed the continuing investigation into the murder of former Prime Minister Hariri. In addition the role of Syria had been discussed and the need to keep the pressure on. Asked if the Prime Minister thought the UN should take a harder line on Syria, the PMOS said that was a matter for the UN to decide. The Prime Minister believed that the pressure should be kept on Syria and we had always been at the fore of that process.

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