Two regional and local messages from Major General Ibrahim

I drew attention to the visit of the Director-General of Public Security, Major General Abbas Ibrahim, to the United States, amid questions about what it will store in terms of direct and indirect messages at the level of Lebanon and the region. In this context, well-informed sources revealed to Nidaa al-Watan that Ibrahim will carry with him a message from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Washington regarding the file of the release of American journalist Austin Tice.

As for the Lebanese level, the sources pointed out that there will be an emphasis on Ibrahim’s side to ensure stability on the southern borders, especially after the start of the demarcation negotiations with Israel, considering that this would be an “indirect message” to the Americans confirming that Hezbollah will continue to cover the course of negotiations. Despite the confusion that occurred on the issue of the members of the Lebanese negotiating delegation, while noting at the same time that the party, when it took note of the Director General of Public Security of the US security visit that he would be undertaking, “did not express any rejection or enthusiasm for it,” but rather authorized it to do what it deems “appropriate and useful.” In his conversations with the Americans.

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