The Israeli Minister of Energy is not optimistic about the ongoing...

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Concerning the demarcation of the maritime borders between Lebanon and Israel, Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz expressed yesterday evening that he is not “optimistic” about the negotiations taking place in this regard, mediated by the UN, “because Lebanon is making” tough “demands.

“I am not optimistic about the border demarcation talks with Lebanon,” Steinitz said in an interview with i24NEWS. “We have agreed and decided to talk and find a solution to this conflict, but if the Lebanese come with tough requests like the one we saw 10 years ago, we will not resolve the conflict.”

As for whether the negotiations between the Israeli and Lebanese sides would lead to a reduction in tension between them, Steinitz emphasized that these negotiations “are not peace talks or normalization talks”, and stressed the existence of “a split of opinions regarding the borders between the two countries 10 years ago. Lebanon wants a certain line and Israel on its side.” You want another line, and there is a certain gap of 5 kilometers between the borders. ” He pointed out that the division between the two sides “is not large, but it does exist, and we have to resolve this conflict because it is important to Israel, but it is more important to Lebanon.” He said, “We are not expecting anything from the Lebanese. We have developed many areas of gas and oil, and we have obtained a lot of profits. We have replaced all oil and coal plants with natural gas and reduced pollution in the air by 60%. But on the other hand, Lebanon is hostile to Israel without advancing or developing anything from its side. ”

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