Lebanon to receive $100 million to import fuel amid electricity crisis

The Lebanese energy ministry said on Sunday a request for $100 million to import fuel for electricity has been approved.

Banque du Liban, the central bank of Lebanon, approved the request.

On Saturday, fuel shortages forced Lebanon's two largest power stations to shut down. The statement also added Lebanon's electricity grid has returned to full operation, as it was before Saturday's blackout.

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