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Lebanese President Michel Aoun said that negotiations on the maritime border with Israel would be completed soon. He added that the results of the talks are satisfactory to both sides, the OTV channel reported.

Aoun added that a solution to the border dispute with Israel "will be found as soon as possible."

With American mediation, the process of demarcation of the maritime border is moving forward, the President of the Republic noted. He added, "if the atmosphere was not positive, the Lebanese side would not continue the negotiations."

On July 4, Lebanese Acting Foreign Minister said that the republic was interested in resuming border negotiations.

Before that, an Israeli Air Force fighter and a missile ship of the Israeli Navy intercepted three drones heading from Lebanon to the air border with Israel. The initial investigation suggests that the UAVs intercepted over the Mediterranean did not pose an immediate threat, the IDF said.

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