AL chief denies he is trying to weaken Hariri Lebanon
Lebanon-Regional, Politics, 12/30/2005
The secretary general of the Arab League Amr Moussa announced in conclusion of the emergency meeting of the Arab foreign ministers in Cairo on Thursday that Lebanon did not reject the mediation between it and Syria, in remarks to his attempt on December 14 to end the tension between the two states following the assassination of anti- Damascus parliamentarian and journalist Gebran Tueni
Moussa's statement coincided with what was quoted by the Lebanese daily al-Nahar that he "has frozen his mediation for some times" noting that he still have hope and that "now there should be waiting for some time."
He indicated that some Lebanese sides introduced great doubts on the motives for his efforts when they talked about a deal being worked out to weaken the investigation (into the murder of al-Hariri).
Moussa said such allegations "are very far from the truth." Moussa, by saying that, reacted to statements made by Lebanese politicians such as Walid Junblat and Saad al-Hariri.
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