Kuwait: Following Saudi Arabia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon urgently.
"Citizens of Kuwait who are now in Lebanon were ordered to leave Lebanon urgently," the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in an official statement, the state news agency KUNA reports.
Prime Minister of Lebanon Saad Hariri resigned from his post, calling the cause of such a decision "threat to life" from Iran. He said this on Saturday, November 4, while in Saudi Arabia, where he left the day before. The media reported that Hariri was preparing an attempt, but it was thwarted. In the internal security service, countries have already denied this information.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun will decide whether to coordinate the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri only after he returns and explains the reasons for such a decision.
In connection with the situation in Lebanon, on Thursday, November 9, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia invited its citizens to leave Lebanon as soon as possible and refrain from traveling around the country in the framework of international travel. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bahrain issued a statement on November 5, urging its citizens to refrain from traveling to Lebanon and leave this country.