Lebanon sidelined again
Once again, Lebanon finds itself sidelined and absent when it comes to discussing future issues and treating vital files; not because Lebanon is not interested in it or because it is not affected by these files’ repercussion and consequences, and not even because its energy and natural sources are at their best. But simply because the “traders of politics” in the Cedars land are obsessively busy with their favorite challenge, the “Chairs game,” at the expense of Lebanon’s present and the future of its youth.
On this occasion, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum tweeted: “We offer the world a model that can be built on. Global energy sustainability can be achieved by innovation and partnerships between nations”... This shows that the main concern of the leaders, who are known for their vision, spirit of leadership, and for their actions and achievements, as the people evaluate their good governance, hope and prosperity while keeping pace with the times, is to build the future and progress towards it with confidence... as it is not to search for the future of their countries, communities and peoples in the past, as it is happening in Lebanon.