Prof. Michel Raimbaud to ST: If I were the Lebanese legal government, I wouldn’t meet Mr. Macron’s demands/ By Basma Qaddour – Mark Taliano

The Former French diplomat Prof. Michel Raimbaud believes that the real goals of Macron’s visit, that was surely undertaken  with Trump’s blessing is to bring Lebanon to request and accept international (i.e. western) assistance for the reconstruction  for  years to come, to isolate even more strictly Syria and to prevent the realization of the route linking Iran to the Mediterranean Sea. 

He affirmed that the goal of bringing Lebanon to request  and accept international assistance for the reconstruction and  for years to come is to control the future of  Lebanon, that was liable to take a new direction, distancing itself  from the West. 

The very sad reality 

He emphasized that President Macron has no legal right to interfere in the Lebanese political system, according to the principles of the UN Charter. But the basic problem is that this Charter is “deceased” as well as the International Law, referring  to the Syrian permanent representative to UN Dr. Bashar al Jaafari’s recent words to the United Nations Security Council. “So many powers do interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, and violate the International Law, starting with the three western permanent members of the Council, even though they are supposed to be the guardians of the Charter. This is the very sad reality.

Prof. Michel Raimbaud to ST: If I were the Lebanese legal government, I wouldn’t meet Mr. Macron’s demands/ By Basma Qaddour

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