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This profile was last updated on 8/7/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Senior Adviser To Prime Minister

the Lebanese
 
Background

Employment History

  • Senior Adviser
    Siniora
  • IMF

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Prime Minister's Senior Advisor
13 Total References
Web References
South Bend Tribune
www.southbendtribune.com, 7 Aug 2006 [cached]
Mohamed Shatah, senior adviser to the Lebanese prime minister, said Lebanese officials were engaged in an "around-the-clock" effort to persuade U.N. Security Council members to address their concerns before the council votes on the resolution, which could come today or Tuesday.
Shatah said a major concern is that the resolution, which calls for a "full cessation of hostilities," requires Israel to drop all offensive military actions -- implicitly permitting actions in its own defense.Throughout the current conflict, Israel has claimed it acted in self-defense after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers on July 12.
"Defensive action appears to be a description of everything that Israel does," Shatah said.
Shatah also said the timeline for a second U.N. resolution authorizing a stronger multinational peacekeeping force in the region was "fuzzy," and that without a force in place immediately the agreement would fall apart.
McClatchy Washington Bureau | 08/06/2006 | Lebanon rejects proposal to end war; 12 Israeli soldiers killed
www.sanluisobispo.com, 6 Aug 2006 [cached]
Mohamed Shatah, senior adviser to the Lebanese prime minister, said Lebanese officials were engaged in an "around-the-clock" effort to persuade U.N. Security Council members to address their concerns before the council votes on the resolution, which could come Monday or Tuesday.
Shatah said a major concern is that the resolution, which calls for a "full cessation of hostilities," requires Israel to drop all offensive military actions - implicitly permitting actions in its own defense.Throughout the current conflict, Israel has claimed it acted in self-defense after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers on July 12.
"Defensive action appears to be a description of everything that Israel does," Shatah said.
Shatah also said the timeline for a second U.N. resolution authorizing a stronger multinational peacekeeping force in the region was "fuzzy," and that without a force in place immediately the agreement would fall apart.
IHS Global Insight // Same-Day Analysis
www.globalinsight.com, 14 July 2008 [cached]
The finance ministry post was filled by new appointee, Mohamed Shatah; a reform advocate who worked for the IMF for several years, he was the prime minister's senior advisor when he himself was finance minister some years ago.
Finance Minister Mohamed ...
www.gulf-times.com, 12 July 2008 [cached]
Finance Minister Mohamed Shatah, who was appointed by the ruling bloc, served as Siniora's senior adviser in the previous cabinet. The government announced more than a year-and-a-half into Lebanon's political crisis includes one woman, Bahia Hariri, sister of slain former prime minister Rafik Hariri.She is to head the education ministry.
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Finance Minister Mohamed Shatah, who was appointed by the ruling bloc, served as Siniora's senior adviser in the previous cabinet. The government announced more than a year-and-a-half into Lebanon's political crisis includes one woman, Bahia Hariri, sister of slain former prime minister Rafik Hariri.She is to head the education ministry.
KRT Wire | 08/06/2006 | Lebanon rejects proposal to end war; 12 Israeli soldiers killed
www.sanluisobispo.com, 6 Aug 2006 [cached]
Mohamed Shatah, senior adviser to the Lebanese prime minister, said Lebanese officials were engaged in an "around-the-clock" effort to persuade U.N. Security Council members to address their concerns before the council votes on the resolution, which could come Monday or Tuesday.
Shatah said a major concern is that the resolution, which calls for a "full cessation of hostilities," requires Israel to drop all offensive military actions - implicitly permitting actions in its own defense.Throughout the current conflict, Israel has claimed it acted in self-defense after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers on July 12.
"Defensive action appears to be a description of everything that Israel does," Shatah said.
Shatah also said the timeline for a second U.N. resolution authorizing a stronger multinational peacekeeping force in the region was "fuzzy," and that without a force in place immediately the agreement would fall apart.
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