| 19 May 2024, Sunday |

Gasoline crisis to be resolved gradually, says Brax

George Brax, a member of the Gas Stations Owners’ Syndicate said that there has been a remarkable improvement in car queues at the gas stations. This is attributed to unloading two fuel ships that have been docked on Lebanese waters.

Brax added that fuel has been supplied to affiliated stations; some of the gas stations that were closed have reopened, following Central Bank’s approval to open credits for the ships that will arrive in the coming weeks.

Brax hopped that the improvement will continue as long as possible. He called for confirming that gas stations in all regions, especially in the South, Bekaa and Akkar, will be supplied with fuel.

Gas stations have witnessed in the previous days long car queues from people asking for gasoline and diesel, however the crisis have been partially solved, after the Central Bank opened credits for the fuel ships anchored on the Lebanese coast.

  • Sawt Beirut International