Tripoli' marina. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir, File)
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The head of the parliamentary public works, transportation, energy and water committee said Tuesday that the committee will start devoting more attention to the relevant sectors, particularly maritime transportation.Mohammad Qabbani, a Future Movement MP, said that the committee discussed ways to redevelop the Lebanese transportation sector in a Tuesday meeting, as well as a 10-year-old draft law that aimed to establish a general authority that oversees land and sea transportation.Qabbani said the committee will hold a meeting solely dedicated to the Tripoli port soon.
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