Lebanon Started Talks With Syria To Mark The Maritime Border


President Michel Aoun called his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad and discussed with him the bilateral ties between the two countries and the issue of demarcating the maritime border between Lebanon and Syria.

Aoun and Assad agreed on forming official delegations from the ministries and official administrations in the two countries to hold meetings in Beirut and Damascus in order to quickly reach an agreement.

The two leaders also stressed that the Lebanese-Syrian border demarcation discussions would take place without any mediator and that what the two sides agreed on would be documented as a treaty between two countries, which would not at all resemble what happened with Israel.

The relevant authorities in the two countries have started preparing the papers related to coordinates and the lines of the exclusive economic zones of the two sides.

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