Jun 16 2012
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Lebanon, Italy sign deal on sewage, water treatment
16 June 2012
BEIRUT: Lebanon and Italy signed a 13.8 million euro ($17.4 million) agreement Friday to fund two sewage network and water treatment stations in the Keserouan and Akkar districts. According to a statement issued by the Council for Development and Reconstruction , the project will benefit the vicinities of Hrajel and Meshmesh in the two provinces. The council said the agreement allocates an additional 153,000-euro budget that will cover technical assistance, as well as monitoring and evaluation of the project. The agreement was signed by Nabil Jeser, head of the CDR , and Giuseppe Morabito, ambassador of Italy to Lebanon in a ceremony held at the CDR headquarters in Beirut. © Copyright The Daily Star 2012.
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