Israel rejects Lebanon’s amendments to the draft border demarcation agreement

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An Israeli official said, announcing Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s decision to reject the requests for review, that any further negotiations would be halted if a group threatened. Hizb allah Lebanese gas exploration platform in the Karish field.

Since last July, developments related to the .file have accelerated demarcation of the maritime border Between the two countries, after a pause, following the arrival of a production and storage ship near the Karish field, which Beirut believes is in a disputed area, in view of the start of gas extraction from the same.

The move prompted Beirut to demand the resumption of negotiations with the US mediation.

At its launch, the talks were supposed to be limited to a sea area estimated at 860 square kilometers, the borders of which are known as Line 23, based on a map sent from Lebanon in 2011 to Lebanon. United Nations.

But Lebanon later found the map to be based on incorrect estimates and demanded that another 1,430 square kilometers be searched, including parts of a field. "Karish" It is known as line 29.

The Qana field is in an area where line 23 intersects with line 1, which is the line you deposited Israel United Nations and extends beyond the 23rd line.

The negotiations that started between Lebanon and Israel The year 2020 was mediated by the United States, in May of last year, due to the differences in the disputed area area.

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An Israeli official said, announcing Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s decision to reject the requests for review, that any further negotiations would be halted if a group threatened. Hizb allah Lebanese gas exploration platform in the Karish field.

Since last July, developments related to the .file have accelerated demarcation of the maritime border Between the two countries, after a pause, following the arrival of a production and storage ship near the Karish field, which Beirut believes is in a disputed area, in view of the start of gas extraction from the same.

The move prompted Beirut to demand a resumption of US-mediated negotiations.

When the talks began, the talks should have been limited to a sea area estimated at 860 square kilometers, the boundaries of which are known as Line 23, based on a map sent from Lebanon in 2011 to United Nations.

But Lebanon later found the map to be based on incorrect estimates and demanded that another 1,430 square kilometers be searched, including parts of the Karish camp, known as Line 29.

The Qana field is in an area where line 23 intersects with line 1, which is the line you deposited Israel United Nations and extends beyond the 23rd line.

The negotiations that started between Lebanon and Israel The year 2020 was mediated by the United States, in May of last year, due to the differences in the disputed area area.

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