| 26 May 2024, Sunday |

Is the Iranian oil vessel the 2nd nitrate ship?

Hezbollah’s Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah announced the first news which is the departure of a diesel ship from Iran heading towards Lebanon.

US ambassador to Lebanon, Dorothy Shea reported the second news, which is that the US government gave the green light to import Egyptian electricity and gas from Jordan through Syria, which is subject to US sanctions.

The political confrontation between Iran-Syria and the United States is behind these two news, rather than benefiting the Lebanese who have been living with illusions, lies and corruption for years.

Only the US ambassador’s call to the presidential palace was announced to the Lebanese with a statement in which President Michel Aoun thanked the ambassador for her initiative, which will remain ink on paper, because it requires Syria’s approval. The pipelines also need maintenance in dollars, which is unavailable.

Why some parties are comparing the Iranian ship with the nitrate ship?

Who will win the battle in Lebanon?

Will the Iranian ship enter the Lebanese market, especially that Hezbollah justified the need for the Iranian fuel to meet the hospital’s needs for fuel?

If the argument is convincing, will the United States turn a blind eye to the ship’s entry?

  • Sawt Beirut International