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French President Macron made a surprise overnight trip to Saudi Arabia on Thursday-Friday during a Middle East tour that saw him attend the inauguration of the new Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.'The Lebanese situation is the most worrying subject of the moment,' Le Drian added in his interview on Friday morning.
Lebanon 'was moving towards a new solution with a new constitution, elections to come.
Macron, on his debut visit to the Middle East, made the surprise announcement at a news conference in Dubai that he would meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
'It was decided to go on this visit to Riyadh to see the Crown Prince, first, it is in order to have a first meeting with him, but also to discuss regional questions, in particular Yemen and Lebanon, he said.'I will also emphasize the importance of Lebanese stability and integrity.'Officials in Lebanon are now reportedly planning to work with foreign states to secure the politician's return to the country.'Lebanon is heading towards asking foreign and Arab states to put pressure on Saudi to release Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri,' said the official, who declined to be identified because the government had yet to declare the initiative.
Lebanon's President Michel Aoun has yet to formally accept his resignation and insisted Hariri should return to Lebanon but did not elaborate on the premier's current situation in Riyadh.
Aoun, who is politically allied with Hezbollah, also 'voiced his concern over what is being said' about Hariri's current status in Saudi Arabia and demanded a 'clarification'.
Iran and Saudi Arabia are locked in a power struggle for influence in Lebanon and France has close historical ties to the Middle Eastern country, which was once its colony.Lebanon's powerful Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah has accused Saudi Arabia of detaining prime minister Saad Hariri and asking the movement's arch enemy Israel to launch strikes against it.Hariri resigned as PM of Lebanon on Saturday, saying he feared assassination but many Lebanese felt Saudi Arabian officials forced him out to wreck his compromise government with Hezbollah.The departure of Prime Minister Hariri creates new uncertainties,' Le Drian added.Hariri's announcement raised fears that Lebanon - split into rival camps led by Hariri and Hezbollah - could once again descend into violence.
Earlier this year he closed his family's Oger construction firm that had made billions of dollars since his late father founded it in the 1970s.