A delegation of Lebanon’s lawmakers kicked off Tuesday their state visit’s first day to France, and met with officials from the French Development Agency (AFD) over the projects to be executed next year in the sectors of education learning, healthcare and environment, in addition to the needed assistance in regarding the displaced Syrians.
It is to note that the Lebanese delegation headed to France on a five-day official visit aiming to develop ties between the Lebanese and French Parliaments.
The delegation had also met with Head of the Lebanese-French Parliamentary Friendship Committee, MP Loic Kervran.
The delegation comprises MPs Simon Abi Ramia, Michel Moussa, Roula Tabsh, Ali Bazzi, Minister Marwan Hamade and Minister Pierre Bou Assi.
Source: National News Agency