Head of ODAS company Admiral Edouard Guillaud is scheduled to arrive in Beirut on Monday to finalize the list of weapons and equipment needed by Lebanon as part of the Saudi-French arms deal, reported As Safir newspaper on Saturday. It said that ... Naharnet, 6 days ago
France, Saudi Arabia sign deal to deliver arms to Lebanon - TRT, 1 month ago
Saudi, France sign $3 billion arms deal with Lebanese army - Albawaba, 1 month ago
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BEIRUT: Army commander Jean Kahwaji and a French defense official signed Monday the final part of the French-Saudi deal to support the Lebanese military, according to France's Foreign Ministry Tuesday. The agreement, funded by a $3 billion Saudi ...Lebanon Daily Star, 3 days ago
The front of the northeastern border town of Arsal and the various Syrian refugee encampments pose a danger to Lebanon, said a security source to As Safir newspaper on Tuesday. It said that the encampments are a threat given the recent firing ...Naharnet, 3 days ago
Former French Chief of Defense Staff Admiral Edouard Guillaud is expected to arrive in Lebanon next week on a two-day official visit at a time Lebanon is witnessing an intensive diplomatic moves. According to An Nahar Guillaud, who will arrive on ...Naharnet, 1 week ago Shuttle Diplomacy as Lebanon Faces Gripping Crises Naharnet, 1 week ago
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Saudi Arabia and France inked a $3 billion deal in Riyadh on Tuesday to supply Lebanon with French weapons to fight terrorism in Beirut. The agreement was signed by Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf and Edouard Guillaud, head of the ODAS ...Arab News, 1 month ago Riyadh Paris ink 3bn deal to boost Lebanese Army MENAFN, 1 month ago
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BEIRUT: Social Affairs Minister Rashid Derbas insisted Wednesday that military donations to Lebanon, including the $3 billion Saudi grant signed Tuesday, are offered without favoritism for one party or another. When assistance goes to the military ...Lebanon Daily Star, 1 month ago
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