| 26 May 2024, Sunday |

Saudi King urges Lebanese authorities to stop “Hezbollah’s “hegemony


The Saudi Monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Sa’ud, urged the Lebanese authorities to give priority to the interests of their people and to “stop the hegemony of the terrorist Hezbollah.”

In an annual speech to the second year of the eighth session of the Shura Council, speaking about the country’s policies in external and internal arenas, King Salman said: “The Kingdom stands by the brotherly Lebanese people, and urges all Lebanese leaders to give priority to the interests of its people, and to work to achieve what the people aspire to, a Lebanese state of security, stability and prosperity, and stopping the hegemony of the terrorist Hezbollah over the joints of the state.”

The Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, also considered that “the kingdom’s global status is due to its Arab and Islamic stances, its pivotal roles in international politics, and its commitment to charters.”

He expressed his appreciation for the “great work” of this council.