Hezbollah, Amal criticise delegation that will represent Lebanon at the talks that are starting from Wednesday.

The talks will be held at the headquarters of UN peacekeeping force UNIFIL in the Lebanese border town of Naqoura from Wednesday. [File: Mahmoud Zayyat/AFP]

Lebanon and Israel are to begin indirect talks over their disputed maritime border, with US officials mediating the talks that both sides insist are purely technical and not a sign of any normalisation of ties.

The talks will be held at the headquarters of UN peacekeeping force UNIFIL in the Lebanese border town of Naqoura from Wednesday. It is unclear how long they will go on for.

The development comes against the backdrop of Lebanon’s spiralling economic crisis, the worst in

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