Talks to mark Lebanon’s southern sea borders in ‘final stages’ – president


Beirut (Reuters) – Lebanese President Michel Aoun tweeted on Monday that negotiations to demarcate the southern maritime borders have reached the “final stages” in a way that guarantees the nation’s rights to explore for oil and gas.

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