Israel's Security Cabinet and the government will meet today to ratify the maritime border demarcation agreement with Lebanon, before submitting it to the Knesset for a mandatory two week review, local media reported yesterday.
The Israeli Security Cabinet will meet early in the morning to review and ratify the maritime border deal with Lebanon, followed by a Knesset meeting.
Earlier, the office of Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid announced reaching a "historic" agreement with Lebanon, adding that the government will approve it today.
"This is a historic achievement that will strengthen Israel's security, inject billions into Israel's economy, and ensure the stability of our northern border," Lapid said in a statement.
His comments came after Lebanon received the final draft of the US-brokered agreement with Israel.
For his part, Lebanese President Michel Aoun said the terms of the latest draft satisfied Beirut.
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