Sayyed Nasrallah: We respect the other’s right to freely express his opinion on these events, and no one has the right to prevent us from expressing our opinion. We will go on with the dialogue with Future movement since it is considered a national interest.
We are not concerned with all events related to the STL (Special Tribunal for Lebanon), and what was said during its sessions has no legal value.
Iran has not interfered in the presidential elections in Lebanon, and will not do so. Tehran is not responsible for the current deadlock.
Saudi Arabia is hindering presidential elections in Lebanon. Saudi FM Saud al-Faisal he who is vetoing the election of the candidate who has the majority within the Christians in Lebanon.
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