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Lebanon has received 20 million euros from the European Union to help deal with the waste crisis in Mount Lebanon and Beirut, Minister of State for Administrative Development Inaya Ezzeddine said Wednesday.The minister said work on the matter would continue with the EU, which has donated millions of euros to Lebanon.The announcement came a day after Environment Minister Tarek Khatib denied the existence of a trash crisis in Lebanon, in response to a recently published Human Rights Watch report that raised pressing concerns over the ongoing mismanagement of waste.
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