Meanwhile in Lebanon, the country's Interior Ministry announced the results of the 2022 parliamentary elections on Tuesday.
According to figures Hezbollah and its allies lost their majority in parliament, securing only 59 seats, down from 71 in the previous elections in 2018.
65 seats are needed to secure a majority in the 128-seat assembly.
The results also highlighted unprecedented gains by 15 reformist candidates, reflecting public anger at the nation's financial and economic collapse.
The Interior ministry added that the voter turnout stood at 42-percent, down from 49-percent in the previous elections.