SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 1 October 2022, Saturday |

Young men and women turned their village Batroun into a model

The economic and social crisis in Lebanon has extracted from youth hidden secrets that were lying under the laziness of depositing money in banks in return for high interest rates, and wrapped under the aluminum heads of arjileh.

Today, they wake up from their slumber, innovate at work and accomplish what was impossible when the dollar exchange rate was at 1,500 LBP. Batroun is a model of the republic ruled by the younger generation.

Charbel, who has returned to his village, is achieving success that was missing in the old days of financial glory.

Emigrating the country is possible for Charbel, but staying is harder and stronger.

From here, from Batroun, the bottles are recycled, to prove to the youth of Lebanon that, unlike glass they do not break.

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  • Sawt Beirut International