"He fulfilled his promise"; Israeli Media Follows Nasrallah's Latest Speech
Israeli media reported on Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah's latest speech, highlighting the part related to the fuel ships coming to Lebanon from Iran and Hezbollah's success in maintaining the first ship despite Israeli threats.
Israeli media reported the words of Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, especially the part related to the fuel ships coming to Lebanon from Iran via Syria.
The Wallah and Yedioth Ahronoth websites published excerpts from Nasrallah's speech, while the Arab affairs correspondent for the Israeli Kan Channel, Roei Qais, said that "in light of the fuel and economic crisis, Nasrallah promised in recent weeks to bring fuel tankers from Iran," adding that Nasrallah announced on Monday the arrival of the first oil-tanker from Iran. He confirmed that Sayyed Nasrallah has indeed "fulfilled his promise."
Qais quoted Sayyed Nasrallah as saying that on Thursday, fuel will be divided and sent to Lebanon, highlighting his promise that "it is the first ship, but it will not be the last," pointing to Hezbollah's success in maintaining the first ship despite Israeli threats.
Earlier, Hezbollah Secretary-General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, announced the arrival of the first derivatives ship to the Syrian port of Banias on Sunday night.
He added that the cargo will be fully unloaded today, revealing the date of transporting oil derivatives to the Bekaa Valley by next Thursday.