Saudi Arabia sends ambassador back to Lebanon

AMMAN--Saudi Arabia announced Thursday it would send its ambassador back to Lebanon, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra. 
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The state-run Saudi Press Agency reported that the kingdom made the decision after the "calls and appeals of the moderate national political forces in Lebanon." The kingdom also said Lebanon had agreed to "stop all political, military and security activities affecting" it and other Gulf Arab nations.

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati welcomed the Saudi decision. "We affirm that Lebanon is proud of its Arab affiliation and wants the best relations with the Gulf states, which were and will remain our support," Mikati wrote on Twitter.

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