AUSTRALIA POLITICS: Peter Cosgrove, Lynn Cosgrove Visit Lebanon

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“After the official retreat, the Lebanese and Australian delegations will join the talks, followed by a joint press conference,” Baabda palace added, saying that “Governor-General Cosgrove will sign the register of honor after that.”

Then, Mrs. Aoun and Lady Cosgrove will join President Aoun and Sir Cosgrove at Baabda Palace where Aoun holds lunch in honor of his guest at 1 p.m., the statement mentions.

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AUSTRALIA POLITICS: Peter Cosgrove, Lynn Cosgrove Visit Lebanon

Australia’s Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lady Lynn Cosgrove arrived in Lebanon Sunday on a three-day visit, an airport source told The Daily Star.

Cosgrove’s plane landed at Rafik Hariri International Airport Sunday afternoon.

A statement from the president’s office said that an official reception will be held at the Baabda Palace Monday at 11 a.m.

for the official and his wife, Lady Lynn, where he will be greeted by Aoun and first lady Nadia Aoun.

A meeting will be held between Aoun and Cosgrove, while First Lady Nadia meets Lady Lynn in another hall, the statement added.

“After the official retreat, the Lebanese and Australian delegations will join the talks, followed by a joint press conference,” Baabda palace added, saying that “Governor-General Cosgrove will sign the register of honor after that.”

Then, Mrs. Aoun and Lady Cosgrove will join President Aoun and Sir Cosgrove at Baabda Palace where Aoun holds lunch in honor of his guest at 1 p.m., the statement mentions.

Saying that “The visit also includes Governor-General meeting with Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri and Prime Minister Saad Hariri. He will visit Commonwealth War Graves and Martyrs’ Square to lay two wreaths, and a visit to the offices of the International Organization for Migration and UNICEF.

Australian Ambassador to Lebanon, Glen Miles, will hold a reception Tuesday in honor of the governor-general and his wife who will leave Lebanon Wednesday morning.

The visit comes as part of a multi-country regional tour that also includes Jordan and Egypt.

– Daily Star


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