In a press release Saturday by the United States Embassy in Beirut, it indicated that Major General Michael Langley, US Central Command Director for Strategy, Plans, and Policy, visited Lebanon from August 15 to 18.
"The U.S. government is committed to the Lebanese-American partnership and supports the Lebanese Armed Forces in their capacity as the sole defender of Lebanon," the Embassy statement underscored.
"Major General Langley is responsible for Foreign Military Sales programs for Lebanon, including the A-29 Super Tucanos, Bradley Fighting Vehicles, and Cessna aircraft," the statement indicated.
"While in Lebanon, Major General Langley met with the Lebanese Armed Forces Commander, General Joseph Aon. Major General Langley attended a dinner in honor of Lebanese officers who recently attended training in the United States. He also visited a LAF Air Force base," the US Embassy outlined in its press release.
Source: National News Agency