French President Nicolas makeron will pay a visit to Lebanon from August 31 to September 1. This is his second visit to Lebanon within a month of the massive explosion in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, in early August. It is reported that during his visit, makron will urge Lebanon to carry out political reform. Just hours before makron arrived in Beirut on the evening of 31, President Michel ORN of Lebanon appointed Mustafa Adib as the new prime minister and authorized him to form a cabinet. In addition, according to sources from Iraq quoted by Agence France Presse on August 31, makron will visit Iraq on September 2 after his visit to Lebanon. If it does, it will be the first official visit by makron to Iraq and the first foreign head of state to visit since Iraq’s kadimi government took office in May this year. The source quoted Iraqi diplomats as saying that makron will hold talks with the Iraqi President and prime minister in Baghdad, and may hold meetings with other political factions, including the leaders of Iraq’s Kurdish autonomous region. The news remains to be confirmed by France. < / P > < p > French Foreign Minister and defense minister visited Iraq in July and August, urging the Iraqi government to ease tensions with neighboring countries and continue to fight against the extremist organization Islamic state.