Nasrallah: Americans should refrain from playing with time
Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says that as long as an ongoing US and Israeli project exists, the Resistance will confront it at all levels.
Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah considered Tuesday that the economic blockade is war, and patience is the main weapon to confront it.
In a speech on the commemoration of the fifth night of Ashura, Sayyed Nasrallah pointed out that Hezbollah will give the border demarcation file a little time to see where developments will reach.
The Resistance leader considered that the Americans should refrain from playing with time, adding that the stance of the Lebanese state and the Resistance is the same regarding the issue of border demarcation.
Sayyed Nasrallah noted that time is limited and in light of the received answer, the Resistance will respond.
Earlier, Israeli media quoted a senior Israeli official in the gas sector as saying that the maritime border demarcation agreement that is taking shape with Lebanon is a complete surrender by "Israel".
The Israeli official considered that the agreement is a complete surrender by Israeli occupation Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Israeli Security Minister Benny Gantz to Lebanon, noting that "Israel's" submission is a great victory for Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.
On Monday, Al Mayadeen's correspondent confirmed that US mediator Amos Hochstein's meeting with the three heads of political power in Lebanon ended and no final result was reported, noting that "no agreement has been reached yet, but only talks about the need for more time."
In the same context, a Lebanese diplomatic source confirmed that Lebanon "rejected an Israeli offer to give Beirut part of Block 8 north of Line 23", in exchange for "Israel's relinquishment of the Qana gas field."
Sayyed Nasrallah: Iranian fuel will reach Lebanese ports this time
Regarding fuel, Sayyed Nasrallah, during his televised speech, stressed that Iranian fuel will reach Lebanese ports this time, unlike the diesel that was unloaded previously in Banias, Syria. Adding that this process will only start "with a Lebanese [official] decision."
Lebanese Energy Minister Walid Fayad had revealed telling Hochstein he supports delivering electricity to Lebanon, and can't refuse any donation in this regard, pointing out that the Iranian offer to supply Lebanon with fuel is a serious proposal with official documents.
It is noteworthy that during an exclusive interview for Al Mayadeen TV on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of Hezbollah, Sayyed Nasrallah expressed the party's readiness to provide Iranian fuel to Lebanese power plants for free, conditioning the proposal to the Lebanese government's approval.
The people's choice in the elections was great
The Hezbollah Secretary-General said that the people's choice in the elections was great, and the enemy was frustrated by the results, especially since these results have reigned in after three years of starvation.
Sayyed Nasrallah explained that there is an economic, political, and media war in which the enemy wants to subdue any resistance in Lebanon and oblige people to abandon this path by illuding them that the Resistance is the reason behind starvation and that it is necessary for them to remain neutral.
The Resistance leader recalled US Ambassador to Lebanon Dorothy Shea's false promise to supply Lebanon with gas from Egypt and electricity from Jordan.
He stressed that the Americans made Lebanon wait 10 years for the Israelis to finish drilling and preparing for extraction, and they wanted Lebanon to accept the Hof Line, which would have been a disaster if it had been accepted.
Sayyed Nasrallah affirmed that the enemy is fighting a diverse war, and "we have to confront it in a variety of ways," revealing that the 2006 July war was the most difficult war the Resistance ever experienced in light of international betrayal and internal division.
The Lebanese leader stressed that as long as an ongoing US and Israeli project exists, "we will confront it at all military, security, cultural and social levels."
He pointed out that, in recent years, Washington started imposing sanctions under various slogans with the aim of pressuring Lebanon, confirming that Hezbollah will continue to follow the methodology of searching for solutions in order for Lebanon to cross this stage, and "we will not allow a civil war to happen."