paris - The Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, who is said to be resigned, arrives in France in the coming days, sources surrounding French president Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday. The French head of state invited Hariri and his family to come to France.
He has already called Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and Hariri, according to the presidential palace in the French capital. The French Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, will also speak to the Lebanese politician and businessman Saad al-Hariri on Thursday, saying sources around Le Drian's department against French media.
Premier Hariri disappeared early this month during a visit to Saudi Arabia, where he suddenly left 4 November. Lebanon demands the return of his 'kidnapped premier'. The Lebanese President Michel Aoun refuses to accept the resignation of the victim of Hariri.