April 2019, Vol. 246, No. 4

Global News

Lebanon Warns Against Using Disputed Territory for East Med Pipeline

Lebanon warned its Mediterranean neighbors in March that a planned East Med gas pipeline from Israel to the European Union must not be allowed to violate its maritime borders. Israel is hoping to enlist several European countries in the construction of a 1,243-mile (2,000-km) pipeline linking vast eastern Mediterranean gas resources to Europe through Cyprus, Greece and Italy at a cost of $7 billion. Beirut has an unresolved maritime border dispute with Israel, which it regards as an enemy country, over a sea area of about 330 square miles extending along the edge of three of Lebanon’s southern energy blocks. Lebanon last year licensed a consortium of Italy’s Eni, France’s Total and Russ

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