Lebanon gets fuel for power stations from Iraq

In exchange for medical personnel

16 September, 14:15

    (ANSAmed) - BEIRUT, 16 SET - After the 'Iranian oil' openly smuggled by Hezbollah into Lebanon from neighbouring Syria, an initial load of fuel arrived in the country from Iraq on Thursday for the country's power stations.

    Lebanon has for weeks been suffering from a lack of electricity.

    Beirut and Baghdad had reached an agreement in recent weeks for Iraqi fuel in exchange for Lebanese doctors in Iraqi hospitals, which lack specialists. (ANSAmed).

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