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Italy and Lebanon

The relations between Italy and Lebanon are, historically, deep and articulated. Lebanon and Italy have always shared the Mediterranean space and are linked by cultural, economic and human relations that dates back to ancient times. Italy has established important bilateral ties with Lebanon since its independence. As early as 1949, it signed the Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation with Lebanon, being the first country in the Middle East area. After the Second World War, Italy and Lebanon continued to collaborate in multiple sectors, further deepening their partnership. The numerous treaties and agreements concluded between the two countries bear witness thereto and are available on the following link: