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Israel, Lebanon agree to hold maritime border negotiations

[UPDATE – Oct 1st,2020] Lebanon, Israel to hold first direct talks in decades on disputed borders Lebanon and Israel said Thursday they will hold US-brokered negotiations on their disputed land and maritime borders, the first talks in decades between two countries technically still at war. *** Israel and Lebanon reached an agreement to hold negotiations on their maritime border, after a years-long impasse, a spokesman for Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz confirmed on Friday September 25th. A senior American representative, likely Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs David Schenker, will be present, along with a UN rapporteur. Talks are…

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