The Israeli enemy’s prime minister Yair Lapid, leading Zionist diplomatic campaign, reportedly asked the French President Emmanuel Macron to mediate de-escalation of tensions with Lebanon.
Lapid reportedly informed the European officials athat Hezbollah attacks on Karish gas field will harm gas supplies to Europe and that they must work to reach a “ceasefire” between ‘Israel’ and Hezbollah.
The Zionist media outlets indicated that ‘Israel’ is not interested in engaging in any military confrontation with Hezbollah as the stock market figures in Tel Aviv indicated a heavy fall in the value of Energean stocks by 6.58%.
Last Saturday, Hezbollah launched three unmanned aerial vehicles that were heading for the Karish gas field which lies in the disputable maritime zone on the borders between Lebanon and the Zionist entity.
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah recently threatened the Zionist entity against extracting gas from the contested offshore reserve, saying that the Lebanese Resistance movement is capable of preventing such action, including by force.
Source: Al-Manar English Website