Lebanese Raise Objections to Maritime Border Agreement with Israel

(Globes) Danny Zaken - Lebanon objects to some of the clauses in the Israel-Lebanon maritime border agreement proposed by U.S. mediator Amos Hochstein, the Lebanese newspaper Al Akhbar, identified with Hizbullah, has reported. The Lebanese are opposed to the line of security buoys, which would mark the northern line of Israeli control. The Lebanese are also opposed to including the marking out of the land border between Israel and Lebanon in the agreement. The Lebanese also refuse to link the start of drilling by French company TotalEnergies SE on the Lebanese side to an agreement on a compensation plan for Israel.

2022-10-06 00:00:00

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