Minister Michel Pharaon arrives to attend a Cabinet session in Beirut, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Despite the negative impact of the trash crisis on Lebanon's image worldwide, the country saw a fair demand for environmental tourism, Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon said Wednesday.Ismat Kerdasha, representative of the cross-border joint cooperation office for the MED project in Jordan, said that Lebanon received around 59 projects within the framework of ENPI- CBC MED funded by the European Union at a value of 34 million euros ($36 million) distributed among tourism, transport, agriculture and water projects.
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