Fayad added, in statements, that the Lebanese electricity sector has experienced problems that paralyzed the government work for three months, noting that the international community and the World Bank demanded that an electricity plan to be drawn up to supply the country with the necessary fuel for power generation.

He noted that Lebanon awaits the World Bank's approval to finance the import of Egyptian natural gas that will pass through Jordan and Syria

Fayad further added that "Egypt is the gateway to the Arab world that stands by Lebanon in cooperation with the Arab brothers to secure fuel and gas for Lebanon."