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UAE funded mine clearing launched in South Lebanon

posted on 01/11/2001: 612 views


A project aimed at boosting de-mining efforts in South Lebanon was jointly launched here on 25 October by the Lebanese Ministry of Defence and the UAE Embassy in Lebanon in co-operation with the office of the UN secretary general's personal representative for southern Lebanon.



Lebanon's Minister of Defence Khalil Hrawi, and UAE Ambassador to Lebanon Mohammad Omran announced the launch of 'Operation Emirates Solidarity,' at UN House, Beirut. Hrawi conveyed the message of President Emile Lahoud, calling for 'the quick implementation of the project in line with the national objectives of rehabilitating south Lebanon and assisting the local population to return to their homes and fields and resume rebuilding and producing in peace and calm'.



He expressed the gratitude of the government and the people of Lebanon to President His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahayan, for the $50 million donation to help implement 'this important project'.

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