Initial Lebanon-Israel border talks were ‘productive’: US state department 

Lebanese and UN flags flutter as an aircraft flies in Naqoura ahead of talks between Israel and Lebanon on disputed waters, near the Lebanese-Israeli border. (Reuters)

Lebanon and Israel held productive talks on Wednesday on their disputed maritime border, the United States and United Nations said after they helped mediate a meeting of the long-time foes.

“During this initial meeting, the representatives held productive talks and reaffirmed their commitment to continue negotiations later this month,” a joint US and UN statement said after the one-hour meeting.

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The next meeting is planned for Oct. 28.

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Last Update: Wednesday, 14 October 2020 KSA 17:54 - GMT 14:54