BEIRUT (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia will lift its warning against citizens traveling to Lebanon, its ambassador to Beirut was cited as saying by Lebanese al-Jadeed television on Wednesday.
“Given that the previous security reasons have ended and based on reassurances from the Lebanese government to Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia then is lifting its travel warning for its citizens,” Jadeed cited Waleed Bukhari as saying.
Reporting by Angus McDowall; Editing by Alison Williams
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