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Lebanon announced today, Tuesday, its refusal to bring in two shipments of Iraqi hydraulic oil for the second time in one month, because they did not comply with the mandatory conditions and specifications.
The Lebanese Industrial Research Institute said in a statement, seen by (Baghdad Today), that "8 materials from different countries were finally refused entry into Lebanese territory because they did not comply with the mandatory conditions and specifications."
The statement indicated that, "Among those materials, two shipments of Iraqi hydraulic oil, with a foam ratio of 290 and a viscosity ratio of 32.2 - 7440 kg, were rejected from the port of Tripoli, and another shipment of the same oil, with a foam ratio of 260 and a viscosity ratio of 32.9 - 5568 kg - Iraq, from the port of Tripoli." ".
Among the items that were rejected, according to the statement, were "a Jordanian dishwashing liquid, Turkish hydraulic oil, Chinese electric grinders, a Chinese food warmer, Chinese electric meters and Indian medical supplies."
Last March, Lebanon rejected a shipment of Iraqi hydraulic oil with a foam ratio of 360 and a viscosity ratio of 31.8 - 11,500 kg from the port of Tripoli because it did not comply with Lebanese conditions.
Lebanon signed an agreement with Iraq in July 2021 to import one million tons of fuel fuel to alleviate the electricity crisis in the country, and the first ship arrived in Lebanon loaded with 31,000 tons of this substance on September 16, 2021.
Iraq and Lebanon agreed to exchange energy, according to which Iraq would grant Lebanon, which is going through the worst economic crisis in its history, heavy fuel oil, in return for "services and goods" that Iraq would receive from Lebanon.