Brax hoped that the BDL would not delay authorization for fuel tankers, pointing out that a couple of ships loaded with fuel that still lack approval are “costing us 2,000 dollars every day.”
For months, Lebanon has been experiencing fuel shortages that intensified this week, when numerous gas stations across the country hung their hoses and closed, either in protest or due to the lack of any more fuel in their tanks.
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