WASHINGTON

The administration of President Donald Trump has released $105 million in military aid to Lebanon, U.S. media reported Monday.

Citing two congressional aides and a State Department official, The Associated Press said the Foreign Military Financing funds for the Lebanese Armed Forces were unblocked before the Thanksgiving holiday last week.

The money had been on hold without explanation at the Office of Management and Budget since September.

It was already approved by Congress and was backed by the Pentagon, State Department and National Security Council, said the AP.

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