Austrian Ambassador: Paris conference outcome of salient economic importance
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Austrian Ambassador to Lebanon, Marian Wrba, on Monday said that the CEDRE conference recently held in Paris, would have outstanding upshots on the Lebanese national economy, stressing on her country's interest in playing a major role in that respect.
"We think that the outcome of the conference held on April 6 in Paris over Lebanon will be of a salient importance on the economic level," she said.
"Austria has a significant interest in that respect, and it is also interested in contributing to this conference," she added.
The Ambassador made these remarks during her meeting with Head of North Lebanon Merchants Association, Assaad Hariri, at his Tripoli residence.