Egypt has asked Lebanon’s Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri not to give up on forming a cabinet, Al Arabiya’s sister channel station Al Hadath said on Wednesday citing its sources.
The network also said that Cairo would send a high level delegation to Beirut soon to support efforts to name a government and that it would work on a roadmap to resolving the Lebanese crisis.
Egypt will also work towards creating an international economic grouping to support Lebanon, according to Al Hadath’s sources.
Hariri is currently on a visit to Cairo.
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