Some sources close to the owners of the petrol stations indicate that tankers off the Lebanese coast could see their cargo being unloaded today. The problem would still be linked to the fact that the Banque du Liban has still not granted the necessary lines of credit.
The queues in front of the gas stations have thus grown even longer after this weekend. In Naameh in particular, the highway is experiencing a major traffic jam even raising fears of a series of accidents, some motorists taking the opposite direction to road traffic to try to get out.
This crisis also affects the electricity of Lebanon which could see its production be reduced to only 2 hours daily in North Lebanon after the Bank of Lebanon has still not also paid the sums necessary to proceed to the transfer of fuel oil to the power stations. local authorities despite government approval to do so.