Several Nations Come Forward To Rebuild Lebanon After Disastrous Explosion
One of Lebanon biggest rival – Israel, announced that it has reached out to offer humanitarian help to Lebanon as humanity comes before any conflict.
After the cataclysmic explosion in Lebanon, sources from the country claim that it is impossible to rebuild itself without international aid. Fortunately, the response from world economies has been quite encouraging. Israel, one of Lebanon’s biggest rivals, has reached out to offer humanitarian help by saying they believe humanity comes before any conflict. Turkey has already dispatched aid material to Beirut. Moreover, it has also sent emergency doctors and rescue teams as humanitarian aid.
France too has sent rescue teams to Beirut and French President Emmanuel Macron is visiting the country for a meeting with Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Hassan Diab. Iran has also sent 2000 food parcels, 95 tonnes of food items and medicines to Lebanon. Iran will also set a field hospital in Beirut and has already deployed a medical team in the capital city. Qatar will also be dispatching four relief missions to Beirut as well as set up field hospitals with 500 beds each.
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