The amount of subsidized wheat that arrived in Lebanon will last only a month and a half. About this today, June 18. Minister of Economy and Trade of the provisional government of Lebanon, Amin Salam, said after a meeting with the speaker of the Lebanese Parliament, Nabih Berri.
According to the Al-Yaum As-Sabiu news portal, the parties discussed the unfolding crisis associated with a shortage of wheat and flour in the country. Salam explained that the ministry has contacted various international partners to secure a stable supply of wheat.