Hariri said that security forces have "drafted the necessary lists of requirements needed to combat terrorism."
Hariri also cited the upcoming rehabilitation of prisons, saying that the funds are available and supporting states are ready to offer all necessary equipment.
Hariri said that investment in the country's security contributes to overall economic growth, arguing that investment benefits from the prevalence of stability and security in the country.
With regards to the controversial salary scale, Hariri urged the proposal of new solutions to break the legislative deadlock over the issue.
The Future bloc head said that the better proposals could have been suggested with regards to the salary scale, highlighting that a proper solution would benefit economic institutions, public servants and the country as a whole.
"The way I see it, is if everyone was actually so happy with
The former prime minister warned that the salary scale is a dangerous issue that could erupt at any moment, saying that methods of accommodating the problem should be found in order to protect the Lebanese economy.
"The issue has become a ticking time bomb that is a method of pressuring the entire economy," he said.
Hariri reiterated his call for presidential elections, saying that the election of a president should precede parliamentary polls.
In the case the presidential stalemate continues, he said an extension of Parliament's mandate would be necessary.
Hariri warned of a replication of the Iraqi situation, in which a complete institutional void led the country to a security crisis.
In a message to his visitors, Hariri relayed his hopes that economic institutions in the country would create jobs for Lebanese youth across all sectors.
Following the meeting, the former prime minister contacted
Hariri expressed hopes that
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