(Worthy News) – Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun has met with US mediator Amos Hochstein, the special envoy of US President Joe Biden, and presented his country’s position which includes a compromise. The proposal has been passed to Israel, sources close to the matter have told “Globes.”
According to one report, Aoun did not submit any written proposal to Hochman but rather told him the details in a person-to-person meeting out of concern that the compromise would be leaked to Hezbollah.
Aoun understands that the Shiite militant group sees the gas issue as a major story that can divert attention away from the criticism while presenting itself as the defender of the country against “Israeli attempts to conquer Lebanese gas.” [ Source” Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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