Israel-Lebanon border deal: Agreement paves way for offshore gas exploration


Solange Mougin from France24 takes a closer look at the economic benefits of Israel and Lebanon’s maritime border agreement. The deal is not only a political and diplomatic milestone between the two nations, which are technically at war.

It also has the potential to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars to both nations as they tap into offshore gas fields.

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