Power supplies have been restored in Lebanon following a widespread blackout on Saturday.
The two largest power stations in the country were shut down due to a fuel shortage, bringing the Lebanese power network to a halt.
Lebanon’s Energy Minister says it had to receive $100 million in credit to issue fuel import tenders for electricity generation.
The army provided 6,000 kilolitres of gas oil, distributed equally between the two power stations.
The outages have severely impacted the nation, which is already grappling with an economic crisis.