US ambassador insists Hochstein cares about Lebanon maritime dispute

Image credits: U.S. ambassador to Lebanon Dorothy Shea meets Lebanese president Michel Aoun.

U.S. sea border demarcation mediator Amos Hochstein is preparing to return to Lebanon soon, specifically before the end of this month, senior diplomatic sources told al-Manar TV.

“The indications coming from U.S. Ambassador Dorothy Shea point to U.S. desire to reach an agreement over demarcation,” the sources added.

Informed sources meanwhile told al-Binaa newspaper that the Naqoura indirect negotiations between Lebanon and Israel will likely be resumed soon.

“The file has reached its conclusions and several countries have intervened to secure a solution before September, especially the U.S. and France,” the sources added.


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