A senior Lebanese politician said his country’s demands have been met during indirect negotiations on a maritime demarcation deal with Israel, emphasizing that the Hezbollah resistance movement imposed the equation of power on the Tel Aviv regime in the case.
The secretary general of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement called his group the frontrunner of the battle against Israel, warning the Tel Aviv regime of tough and crippling retaliatory strikes in case it dares launch an act of aggression against Lebanese territories.
A high-ranking official with the Hezbollah resistance movement reiterated Lebanon’s unalienable right to explore untapped gas and oil reserves that lie in the eastern Mediterranean, saying that Israel must recognize this fact and not impede hydrocarbon exploration and extraction in the area.
Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement confirmed that it has flown three unarmed drones towards the Karish gas field in the country's territorial waters, sending a message to the Israeli regime, which disputes the maritime area.
The secretary-general of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement said the resistance would not remain “silent” in the face of the Israeli regime’s efforts to plunder the country’s maritime gas resources.
The secretary-general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement warned of a slide towards violence in a country grappling with a major economic crisis after at least six people, including a child, died as a boat carrying dozens of migrants sank in the eastern Mediterranean.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement said it has flown a drone over the Israeli-occupied territories for a reconnaissance mission, adding that the aircraft returned untouched after completing the mission successfully.
Hezbollah's secretary general said the Lebanese resistance movement rejected an offer of financial support by the United States in exchange for turning its back on Palestine and ending confrontation with the occupying Israeli regime.
Powerful Lebanese groups Hezbollah and Amal said they would end a boycott of cabinet sessions, opening the way for ministers to meet after a three-month gap that has seen the economic crisis deepen and currency collapse further.