Najib Mikati

(Najib Azmi Mikati)

Najib Mikati
Najib Mikati
  • Born: November 24, 1955
  • Nationality: Lebanese
  • Profession: Politician









Najib Azmi Mikati is a Lebanese politician who served twice as the Prime Minister of Lebanon. From April 2005 to July 2005 he was Prime Minister of Lebanon in a caretaker government. On 25 January 2011, he was nominated to serve as Prime Minister by a majority of the votes in the parliamentary consultations following the 12 January fall of the Lebanese government of November 2009. The government was formed on 13 June 2011, after many delays. On 22 March 2013, Mikati submitted his resignation from office, which Lebanese president Michel Suleiman accepted on 23 March 2013.

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Historically, we were always complaining about others interfering in our domestic and national issues.
I am keen to maintain very good relations and develop the relationship with the United States.
I am Lebanese, and I know the interests of my country.
I am not keen just for the position; I'm keen to help and to serve. If I can really avoid any bad things on my country, I will not hesitate one second.
I announce the resignation of the government, perhaps as the only way for Lebanon's main political blocs to assume their responsibilities and come together to pull Lebanon out of an unknown tunnel. Government
I believe in the stability of my country. I believe in unity.
I believe nobody is stronger than the state. So the state would be strong, and we have to work altogether to make the strength of the state. Work, Workers & The Labor Force
I call on the people of Tripoli to restrain themselves and not get drawn into conflict with anyone.
I cannot either change or do anything bad or good to the Syrian people and Syrian citizens.
I choose my words very delicately because I have a divided society. Society
I have a friendship with Hezbollah, and I also have contacts outside of Lebanon, but it doesn't mean I follow anyone's agenda. Friendship
I thank God that I left office the same way I came in: with integrity. Religion & God
I wish - I wish the peace and good for the Syrian citizen and the Syrian regime. War & Peace
If I'm still walking, I am not dead. So I have to still walk and run towards the benefit of Lebanon.
In my opinion, the Hezbollah has going - they are going to discover sooner or later than in their top priority should preserve Lebanon.
My agenda is not to reassure anybody outside Lebanon.
My own agenda is going to be followed, and that agenda is to maintain very good relations with the international community, and Lebanon has to fulfill its commitments.
Peace along with freedom and justice are the pillars for attaining both security and stability and will pave the way towards the eradication of oppression, extremism, and terrorism in our world. Freedom & Liberty ;War & Peace
Stability cannot occur without a Palestinian Spring through the full implementation of the Palestinians' right to self-determination on their land.
The most important, what I believe myself to do, is what is the interest of Lebanon, what is the interest of my country and my nation? And I'm going to do it fully.
We have to look to the well-being of the Lebanese citizens and create prosperity in the country, and you can't create prosperity without stability.
We open our door, and we are still committed to open our door for our brothers in Syria. But doesn't mean that we should not keep alone. The international community should really - should really share Lebanon the numbers of refugees and share Lebanon the cost of their living.
What I'm trying to do is save and rescue the country if I can, and I'm doing my best to do it.
What I'm trying to do, and my policy, is to disassociate, to shy away from what's going on in Syria.

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