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The Lebanese Foreign Ministry reveals a plan for the establishment of transport lines, gas and rail with Iraq

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The Lebanese Foreign Ministry reveals a plan for the establishment of transport lines, gas and rail with Iraq

Post by claud39 on Sun Jan 20, 2019 6:47 am


The Lebanese Foreign Ministry reveals a plan for the establishment of transport lines, gas and rail with Iraq


Economy News _ Baghdad

Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil said on Sunday that his country plans to establish trade, transportation, gas and rail links with Iraq, stressing the need for Syria to return to the League of Arab States.
"The Iraqi-Lebanese relations are strong and very deep, and there is an opportunity for the Lebanese to contribute to the reconstruction of what has been destroyed by terrorism," Basil said in an interview with Al-Sabah newspaper. Transportation, gas and railways, as Iraq is like us and we are very much like it, and it is part of our economic space that we aspire to develop more. "
"I have discussed with Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim the bilateral relations between the two countries, which draw their strength and strength from the historical participants that bring together the two countries, in addition to regional and international issues of common concern." We agreed to intensify consultation and coordinate positions on the international arena on efforts to resolve the crises. Suffer from the region. "
On the subject of Syria's return to the Arab League, Bassil said that "this issue has nothing to do with self-restraint, because Lebanon basically refused to suspend Syria's membership from the start. If Syria is a member of the Arab League, Lebanon does not intervene in its internal affairs. The end of the decision; any decision of its people and we do not intervene or take a position on it, but no matter how good our relationship with any state or not, this country is a member of the League of Arab States, and if we are keen on our Arab situation must be strengthened by Syria's return to the Arab League and not lower Representation or rejection. "

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