That is why the dialogue on the promotion of state authority was launched in Doha, in accordance with paragraph 5 of the Beins Agreement, and agreement was reached on the following: the UN Security Council welcomed the agreement reached by the Lebanese majority and opposition blocs to end an 18-month political impasse and elect a new president. The United Nations „welcomes and strongly supports the agreement reached by Lebanese leaders in Doha on 21 May, which is an essential step towards resolving the current crisis. and the full restoration of Lebanon`s unity, stability and independence. In a non-binding statement adopted by all 15 members, the Security Council also welcomes „the agreement to prohibit the use of arms and force as a means of settling disputes, whatever their nature and in all circumstances.“ He welcomed the agreement reached between the Western-backed majority and the Hezbollah-led opposition, backed by Syria and Iran, to elect a new president, create a national unity cabinet and address Lebanon`s electoral law. The Council reaffirmed its strong support for the territorial integrity, sovereignty, unity and political independence of Lebanon within its internationally recognized borders and under the exclusive and exclusive authority of the Government of Lebanon throughout Lebanese territory. The Declaration also recalled previous Security Council resolutions calling for the dismantling and disarmament of all Lebanese and foreign militias. Under the agreement, opposition barricades were dismantled, as were opposition protest camps in Martyrs` Square.  The Doha Agreement was an agreement reached by rival Lebanese groups in Doha, Qatar, on May 21, 2008. The agreement marked the end of an 18-month political crisis in Lebanon.  The Lebanese National Dialogue Conference was held in Doha from 16 to 21 May 2008 with the participation of Lebanese political leaders, members of the National Dialogue Conference, who reaffirmed their commitment to saving Lebanon and ending the current political crisis and its dangerous consequences on the formula of coexistence and civil peace among Lebanese.
And its commitment to the principles enshrined in the Lebanese Constitution and the Taif Agreement; and as a result of that conference, as well as bilateral and collective meetings and consultations between the Chairman and the members of the Committee of Arab Ministers and all the parties that participated in that conference, the parties were able to reach an agreement. The ongoing political crisis in Lebanon suddenly exploded when the government made two decisions to withdraw Hezbollah`s telecommunications network and fire the head of security at Rafik Hariri International Airport, after learning of a Hezbollah surveillance camera monitoring Western Runway Number 17, mainly used for executive jets.  In response to these decisions, vivid riots swept through Beirut, which resulted in serious clashes between Hezbollah and the majority, after which Hezbollah forces entered and took control of West Beirut.