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Lebanon's Mikati says IMF talks a necessity not a choice

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Lebanon's Mikati says he did not discuss Saudi on recent France visit
Lebanon's Mikati says he did not discuss Saudi on recent France visit   -   Copyright  Thomson Reuters 2021   -  

<div> <p><span class="caps">BEIRUT</span> – Lebanon’s Prime Minister Najib Mikati said on Monday a resumption of talks with the International Monetary Fund was a necessity to pull the country out of its financial crisis. </p> <p>Mikati made his remarks after a long parliamentary session, held since noon, to debate his government’s policy proposal and give a vote of confidence. </p> <p>The prime minister also stressed the importance of restructuring the banking sector. </p> <p/> </div>