Beirut: Airport officials contend British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in Beirut where he will accommodate his Lebanese counterpart.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity since they were not certified to pronounce to a media, pronounced Cameron will also revisit some Syrian refugees.
Cameron, whose revisit was not formerly announced, arrived in Beirut early Monday.
His revisit comes amid a upsurge of tens of thousands of Syrian refugees to Europe.
Cameron pronounced progressing this month that Britain will take in adult to 20,000 refugees over a subsequent 5 years.
Lebanon hosts some-more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees — homogeneous to a entertain of a country’s whole population.
Syria’s predicament began in Mar 2011 and has killed some-more than 250,000 people and replaced some 4 million.