The parliamentary bloc of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has warned about delay in forming a new government, stressing any further deferral risks the Arab country sliding “towards tension.”
The secretary general of the Lebanese resistance movement says the latest round of sanctions by the United States and a number of its Persian Gulf Arab allies against the leadership of the group will have no effect and will not harm its officials at all.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has felicitated the liberation of neighborhoods south of the Syrian capital Damascus from the clutches of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, hailing the courage and competence of government troops and allied fighters from popular defense groups.
An official from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has described the latest round of sanctions by the United States and a number of its Persian Gulf Arab allies against the leadership of the group as “worthless,” stating that the measures will have no effect on the country’s political structure, mainly the election of the parliament speaker and future government formation.
The United States, in a joint action with its Persian Gulf Arab allies, has imposed a new round of “terrorism-related” sanctions on the leadership of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement, citing the group's involvement with Iran.
Iran’s parliament speaker hailed the outcome of Sunday’s election in Lebanon as a response to the hostile policies of the US and Israel towards Lebanon, such as their attempts to upset the Arab country’s security by supporting terrorists.
Friday incidents that happened in Gaza protests proved that aspirations of Palestine are still alive and Palestinians are always ready to offer sacrifices for the sake of freedom, Hezbollah Movement said in a statement.