SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 20 June 2021, Sunday | النسخة العربية

Gasoline shortage will be resolved starting Monday, Brax reports

Station Owners Syndicate member, Dr. George Brax, confirmed that “Gasoline shortage will be resolved starting Monday.”

“Another ship will arrive tonight and will unload tomorrow and the day after, and it will supply starting Monday,” Brax said, adding that “another ship will land tonight and will unload tomorrow and the day after, and it will distribute starting Monday. A ship is also scheduled to arrive on Monday. The Banque du Liban has given its approval to these two ships.”

Brax hoped that the recent events would not repeat themselves, and that the Central Bank of Lebanon would expedite the approval of the ships, noting that “there are two ships fuel,” and that “the Banque du Liban must find solutions for them as each ship costs us $20,000 per day, as we are approaching the summer season, and we rely heavily on expatriates to resurrect the economy, restaurants, and shops, especially after several COVID-19 lockdowns, as these institutions have been severely damaged. We must encourage these expatriates by ensuring electricity, gasoline, and the most basic necessities of life.”