The delegation, led by caretaker Defense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Zeina Akar, agreed with the Syrian authorities to follow up on the relevant technical procedures via a joint technical team, Khoury said.
The plan is to use Egyptian gas to generate electricity in Jordan then transfer it to Lebanon through shared power networks between Jordan and Syria, and Syria and Lebanon.
Notably, U.S. congressmen visiting Beirut this week have said that their country was looking to urgently deal with hurdles facing the project, particularly in relation to the ongoing sanctions on Syria, according to Reuters.
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