Egypt focuses on strategic gains from Lebanon gas deal

Issue 447 - 08 Oct 2021 - By John Hamilton

Egypt is continuing to work on its plan to sell natural gas to Lebanon, but has tacitly acknowledged any deal to help out cash-strapped Beirut will not maximise revenue from its resources. Nevertheless, the proposal is not just an expression of regional altruism and Arab solidarity. It is also intended to further Egypt’s long-term geopolitical and economic interests.

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