Offbeat Iranian oil deliveries violate Lebanon's sovereignty, says Mikati
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© Pixabay Energy: Lebanon will receive Egypt gas via Syria and Jordan facing fuel and electricity shortages Lebanon obtained from the help of Egypt, which will send it gas via Syria and Jordan. good news for Lebanon. Syria, Egypt and Jordan agree to help the country at the edge of the chasm, which suffers from shortages of marked energy. The Ministers of Jordanian, Egyptian, Syrian and Lebanese Energy have agreed on a roadmap for sending Egyptian Gas .
Lebanon-Crisis-Iran-petrole: Iranian oil deliveries violate Lebanon's sovereignty, says Mikati
Dubai (Reuters) - Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati, said Iranian oil imports organized by Hezbollah constituted a violation of Lebanon's sovereignty, according to about Friday by its services .
"This violation of Lebanon's sovereignty makes me sad," said Najib Mikati in a CNN interview, reported his services on Twitter.
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© AP Iraqi Prime Minister Moustafa Al-Kazimi, on the left, and the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, on the right, on 12 September 2021 in Tehran. Iraqi Prime Minister, Moustafa Al-Kazimi, met on Sunday, September 12 for the first time the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, to discuss bilateral economic relations between the two countries, but also security problems.
"But I do not worry about the fact that sanctions can To be imposed (in Lebanon) because this operation was conducted without the involvement of the Lebanese government, "he added.
The Hezbollah, Lebanese Shiite Movement close to Iran, started Thursday to route Iranian oil by tankers, via Syria, to combat fuel shortages in Lebanon.
Iran like Syria is under the stroke of American sanctions.
(Report Maher Chmaytelli, French version Bertrand Boucey, edited by Jean-Stéphane Brush)
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