Informed sources reported by the news website stated that Al-Hariri met Bin Salman after completing one of the recent external tours, and before returning to Lebanon.
This meeting, according to the sources, came a very long time after the previous meeting that brought the two officials together.
"Al-Hariri admonished Bin Salman due to giving up his political party," the sources claimed, noting that Al-Hariri told Bin Salman that: "He paid a high price for his relationship with the kingdom and he did his best to maintain the successes achieved by his late father."
The sources also disclosed: "A long discussion took place between them regarding what Al-Hariri can do in a country dominated by Hezbollah."
According to the sources, Bin Salman told Al-Hariri that the kingdom supported Lebanon, but that: "Lebanon largely stood against the Saudi policies in the Arab and international arenas."
Lebanon is currently suffering from the worst economic crisis since the end of the civil war (1975-1990), which lead to popular protests starting on 17 October, 2019, that ousted Al-Hariri and resulted in Hassan Diab as prime minister.