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Lebanon customs prevent cars from entering Syria to prevent fuel smuggling

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Lebanese customs in the Bekaa governorate prevented Lebanese cars from entering Syrian territory to stop the ongoing fuel smuggling operations into Syria.

The Lebanese newspaper, Al-Nashra, said that “the Bekaa Customs took a strict decision banning Lebanese cars from entering Syria, in a measure to curb smuggling that takes place through cars that sell their stocks on the international road between the two borders.

It added that this measure was satisfied with the residents of the Bekaa, who suffer from standing for long hours in queues at stations.

The newspaper pointed out that the petrol queues in the Bekaa region are due to smuggling and the reluctance of petrol stations in the Bekaa to sell fuel for cars and transfer their quantities to smugglers to sell at a high price.

For months, Lebanon has been witnessing a shortage of gasoline, which has forced many fuel stations to close their doors, while other stations are witnessing queues waiting for their turn to fill their tanks with fuel.

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