FEBRUARY 4, 2015 (REFERRING TO THE NATIONAL NEWS AGENCY – LEBANON) Future Parliamentary bloc MP, Samir Jisr, on Wednesday said that there are some differences in views between the “Future Movement” and “Hezbollah”, but asserted that those discrepancies have not sparked disagreement between both sides.
“The fifth dialogue session between both parties took place with utmost calm, wisdom and candor,” Jisr told NBN T.V.
“The problem lies in the exaggeration that’s happening while interpreting words by this or that side,” he added, noting that Hezbollah Secretary General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s speech had also been discussed during the fifth dialogue session “openly and rationally.”
He stressed that dialogue has achieved its main goal, which is to create a kind of political pacification, noting that people have embraced this dialogue with a great deal of psychological comfort.
He finally pointed out that “the security plan, which was launched from Tripoli and which is supposed to pervade all of Lebanon without exception, shall bear fruit soon.”
SOURCE: NATIONAL NEWS AGENCY- LEBANON