Minister of Tourism Michel Pharaon said on Thursday that “Lebanon’s strength lies in its art, culture and creators, not by the political problems and sectarian differences.
“Lebanon is a permanent source of energies, art, heritage and civilization,” he stressed.
Pharaon spoke today during patronizing the re-opening of Aresco Palace, after its restoration, at Hamra, in presence of Egypt and Uruguay’s Ambassadors, MP Ghassan Mokheibir and other figures.
Going over Lebanon’s situation, Pharaon said that the LAF played a major role on the borders, in protecting Lebanon and its people.
He hoped that the re-opening of this theatre would be a start for Lebanon’s summer season.
Source: National News Agency