Borrell after his meetings in Lebanon: Rivalry is the cause of the crisis and sanctions are possible

London-ALsharqiya, June 21: The European Union's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell said that the essence of the governmental crisis in Lebanon stems from the Lebanese leaders' struggle for power, urging them to put aside their differences and form a government or risk a complete financial collapse and be subject to sanctions. Before leaving Beirut after a meeting with the country's leaders, Borrell added that he sent a clear message that some leaders may face sanctions if they continue to block steps to form a new government and implement much-needed reforms. Borrell made it clear that Lebanon needs a government with technical capabilities and real authority to avoid the failure of the outgoing government of Hassan Diab, which he said presented a sound financial reform plan, but politicians put obstacles in front of it.


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