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April 8, 2014

ILoubnan - Hajj Hassan tackles with Mountain activation of international aid, April 8, 2014

Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hassan held a meeting with Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and resident representative of the UNDP in Lebanon, Ross Mountain, to discuss the activation of international aid in Lebanon to face the repercussions of the Syrian crisis and ease the burden of the growing number of displaced people on the Lebanese economy.

Hajj Hassan tackled the importance of supporting small and medium-sized enterprises on the Lebanese territory "because it is the most important means to consolidate the Lebanese people's presence in their regions, and to guarantee their employment."

Later on, Hajj Hassan met with a delegation of the owners of plants afflicted by the war of July 2006.

Discussions touched on the compensation to be allocated to industrialists whose institutions were destroyed and yet did not benefit from any remuneration.

The Minister stressed the importance of establishing an appropriate mechanism to submit this demand to the cabinet for approval.

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