The Lebanon maritime border deal is bad for Israel strategically and financially.
With elections coming up and the new Lebanon-Israel maritime border deal, it may be a playing a major role in how people will vote.
RIGHT FROM WRONG: No, you don’t have to be a maritime expert to grasp the magnitude of the gambit. Common sense and experience ought to suffice.
Aoun said the deal represented a "historic achievement" in which Lebanon regained 860 square km of disputed maritime territory but insisted it did not pave the way to normalization of relations with
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The agreement states that representatives of Israel and Lebanon are to meet at Naqoura, on the border between the countries, to finalize the agreement.
“Funds from the agreement will not go to Hezbollah,” National Security Adviser emphasizes.
Shaked said on Wednesday that if the agreement is not brought to a vote, she would not support it. Bennett, however, announced that he supported the deal.
"We have preserved Israel's security interests, we are on our way to a historic agreement," Yair Lapid's national security adviser says.
After putting the IDF on high alert due to Lebanon maritime border negotiations, Gantz was warned by northern regional authorities that the north is unprepared for war.