Indian help reaches Beirut

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 14

In response to the huge explosion in Beirut on August 4, India has dispatched an Indian Air Force C-17 plane carrying 58 tonnes of emergency humanitarian help that landed in Beirut earlier within the day.

The aid materials was handed over to the Lebanese Armed Forces by the Indian Ambassador in Lebanon, Suhel Ajaz Khan.

The help comprises emergency medical provides, wheat flour, sugar, pulses and likewise aid supplies like blankets, dignity kits and sleeping mats, that are required as numerous individuals have been rendered homeless. In mild of the spike within the Covid circumstances in Lebanon, the federal government has additionally individually despatched PPE, together with surgical gloves and surgical robes. The consignment is anticipated to achieve Beirut within the coming days.

58-tonne materials

The 58-tonne emergency help that was despatched to Beirut comprises medical provides, wheat flour, sugar, pulses, blankets, dignity kits and sleeping mats.

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