Lebanon Government Seeks $6.5Bn In Aid For Southern Lebanon
The Lebanese Government said on 24 July that it would ask a meeting of potential donor nations this week to finance more than $6.5bn in development projects following Israels withdrawal from south Lebanon. Economy Minister Nassir Sa'idi said Lebanons appeal would include $1.3bn to rehabilitate areas damaged by 22 years of Israeli occupation, $260mn in emergency aid and another $5bn for other less...
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