"First, I salute minister Hitti for his transparency and sincerity. In Lebanon, we rarely come across a minister who resigns out of his own personal convictions,"Geagea tweeted.
"Secondly, it was quite evident through the minister's resignation letter that the political forces that are currently running the country will eventually turn it into a failed state," Geagea's tweet added.
He also commended Hitti's testimony, saying that it emanated from practical experience that lasted for more than 6 months - void of any direct and narrow political interests.
Geagea concluded his tweet by saying that the situation in Lebanon will not be remedied for as long as "Hezbollah" and the "Free Patriotic Movement" and their allies are ruling the country.