Tueni briefs Aoun over meetings with Iraqi officials
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State Minister for Anti-Corruption Affairs, Nicolas Tueni, visited President Michel Aoun and informed him of the recent meetings and contacts he held with the Iraqi officials, in order to resolve the case of Lebanese businessmen and investors' owing money to Iraq, a statement by Tueni's office said on Thursday.
Talks also touched on the Lebanese funds seized at Erbils' central bank.