In a short televised speech on Tuesday, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri officially rescinded on his earlier resignation.
“The Lebanese government said it is committed to the Taif Agreement and to a policy of self-restraint from any regional conflicts,” Hariri said.
Hariri had announced last week that he was going to officially withdraw his resignation sometime this week if “positive circumstances” continue.
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