US energy advisor expected in Beirut for Lebanon-Israel maritime talks


US energy adviser expected in Beirut for maritime talks between Lebanon and Israel
A senior US diplomat charged with brokering a maritime border deal between Lebanon and Israel is expected in Beirut by the end of this month, sources familiar with his trip said.
Amos Hochstein, the US senior energy security adviser, met with Israeli officials earlier this month when he accompanied President Joe Biden on his maiden trip to the region.
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Israeli officials told Hochstein they want a deal as soon as possible, two Israeli officials told Axios after the US diplomat met with them.
Sources told Al Arabiya English that Hochstein is expected in Beirut on July 31. Depending on his meetings, he may shuttle back and forth between Lebanon and Israel in hopes of reaching an agreement that would allow both countries to explore potential natural gas reserves in their countries. concerning waters.
Hochstein was last in Beirut in June.
The State Department referred Al Arabiya English to his spokesman’s comments last week. Ned Price told reporters there were no trips to announce, but he added that Hochstein would continue to work to move a deal forward.
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