Ogero announced, through its Twitter account, that its services within the Tripoli-Bahsas Central area and a number of neighboring areas will be temporarily suspended until we are re-supplied with diesel.
It apologized for this circumstance beyond her control.
On the other hand, Ogero General Manager Imad Kreidieh confirmed that if the fuel crisis is not resolved, Ogero, like any company, cannot continue.
Kreidieh said: “The issue of internet interruption in the country is completely out of the question, and it is impossible for the network to be cut off unless Electricité du Liban completely stops providing electrecity.
He continued, “If there is no more fuel in the country, everything will stop, and we at Ogero are working to be fully prepared to address any problems in the network, and as long as there is power, the service will not stop.”
Kreidieh pointed out that “the company needs from 57 to 100 tons of diesel per day in light of reduced feeding hours on part of Electricité du Liban, and pointed out that the company has contacted the army and security forces to keep pace with and protect the tankers carrying diesel.
Regarding the possibility of raising internet prices, Kreidiye explained that the price adjustment needs a decision to be taken in the Council of Ministers, and therefore we will wait the formation of a government.