Caretaker State Minister for Combating Corruption, Nicolas Tueni, on Monday said that the smuggling of fuel from Syria has started to ebb.

“According to incoming information today from reliable sources, the situation has been under complete control except for some individual smuggling cases for personal use,” Minister Tueni said.

Tueni pointed out that the commercial use of these fuels in Lebanon was cut short 90 percent.

“As for the diesel, smuggling continues but in a limited manner,” Tueni maintained, adding that they are following up on this subject with the concerned authorities.

“This anti-corruption and smuggling operation has succeeded thanks to the support demonstrated by everyone to safeguard the public rights and state funds,” he said, saying that this operation sets “as a good model to follow when needed.

Source: National News Agency

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Caretaker State Minister for Combating Corruption, Nicolas Tueni, on Monday said that the smuggling of fuel from Syria has started to ebb.'According to incoming information today from reliable sources, the situation has been under complete control except for some individual smuggling cases for personal use,' Minister Tueni said.Tueni...