Germany has allocated more than €1.5 million in aid to Lebanon




Germany has provided more than €1.5 million in immediate humanitarian aid to Lebanon through the German red cross society (DRK) in connection with the Beirut bombing. This was reported on Twitter on Saturday by the press service of the German Foreign Ministry.





“Germany is providing more than €1.5 million in immediate aid. In the direction of Lebanon, a DRK flight took off with 43 tons of humanitarian aid, including first aid kits, blankets, tools, medicines, and protective clothing to prevent COVID-19 disease,” the report said.

A powerful explosion at a warehouse in the port of Beirut occurred on August 4. The blast wave destroyed and damaged hundreds of homes, and more than 300 thousand people were left homeless. At least 158 people were killed, about 6 thousand were injured, and dozens are missing. According to the Lebanese Interior Ministry, the cause of the tragedy was a fire that occurred during welding operations over 2.7 thousand tons of ammonium nitrate, confiscated by customs six years ago.





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