Before Mr Hariri's interview, Mr Aoun said Mr Hariri's situation in Saudi Arabia threw doubt over anything that he had said or would say, and his statements could not be considered as an expression of his full free will.
These moves appear to be a sign that bin Salman is looking to change how things are done in his kingdom, and to exert greater influence across the wider region.
Hariri made the comments in a television interview from Saudi Arabia on Nov. 12, a week after he announced from the Gulf country that he was stepping down from his post, saying he feared for his life in Lebanon.
In an interview with the Guardian in October, he said that the ultra-conservative culture of his country for the last 30 years has "not been normal".
Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri says he will return home "in days" to formally submit his resignation.
Hariri is part of a unity government that also includes rival political factions such as those supported by Hezbollah, a popular Shia group which is represented in the Lebanese parliament and has a strong armed wing.
Hariri repeated several times that he resigned to create a "positive shock" and draw attention to the danger of siding with Iran, Hezbollah's main patron, in regional conflicts. He also accused Saudi Arabia and Israel of masterminding the Lebanese political crisis. "I am free within the kingdom; if I want to travel, I can travel tomorrow", he said, in a reference to Saudi Arabia.
"I wrote (my resignation) with my own hand", he said, rebuffing claims that he was being forced into resigning by Riyadh.
The interviewer explained that the appearance of the man caught on camera was a technical error and proved at least that the interview was conducted live and was not recorded. However, impatience might not be rewarded in the wider regional politics.
Lebanon has repeatedly become a stage for the regional ambitions of its more powerful counterparts.
"The first step in this process will be taken within the next 24 hours and involves the reopening of all ports in areas controlled by the government of Yemen, including Aden, Mukalla and Mocha".
The WFP warned that a protracted delay in the delivery of food supplies would affect six million vulnerable people, and that the depletion of nutrition supplies would deprive 27,000 malnourished children of the required treatment. "Why put ourselves in the middle?"
Both cases mean that Iran is unlikely to agree to a compromise to end the conflicts. PayPal said that it had discovered security vulnerabilities on the TIO platform and that the TIO data security program does not meet PayPal's standards.
Saudi Arabia has stepped up its rhetoric against Hezbollah and Iran, accusing both of supporting Shiite rebels in Yemen.
He appeared near the table where the interview was taking place, when Hariri's eyes were wide open staring toward him with an angry and disgusted look. The Hezbollah leader on Friday said it was Saudi Arabia that had declared war on Lebanon. Furthermore, they suspect that Iran is developing a land corridor beyond the Mediterranean Sea, with the help of its allies who control part of this axis.