Riyadh: Arab nations have initiated sending medical aid to Lebanon. A massive blast within the capital previously this week died at the least 135 citizens & wounded nearly 5,000.
Humanitarian aid involving ground hospitals have approached Beirut.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco gave guidelines for sending urgency medical & humanitarian aid to the Lebanese citizens, as per nation’s officer press agency Maghreb Arabe Presse (MAP).
The aid includes a military ground hospital (3) that going to be operated by 100 health professionals, involving 14 doctors.
“The Moroccan support also includes a batch of 1st aid drugs, meal products (canned meal, legumes, powdered milk, oil, sugar, and so on.), tents & blankets to accommodate the disaster sufferers.
“And also includes medical equipment for the prevention of COVID-19, notably protective face masks, visors, gowns & hydro-alcoholic gel,” stated MAP.
The 1st plane with aid from Saudi arrived in Lebanon on Fri. for sufferers of Beirut’s port explosion, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Center (KSrelief) stated.
2 planes deceased from King Khalid Intl. Air port on Fri. carrying over 120 tons of medical supplies, tents, shelter kits & meal for those affected by this blast. A specialized tandem from that centre to follow up & supervise the distribution activities have been also on board the planes, The Arab Information recorded.
Qatar on Thu. sent 4 plane loads of medical & humanitarian aid with ground hospitals.
The Tunisian administration sent 2
Tunisian President Kais Saied sent 2 military planes carrying meal, drugs & medical supplies to Lebanon. 100 wounded Lebanese going to be took return to Tunisia for medication.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declared that 2 planes loaded with medical supplies are prepared to be sent to Lebanon & that health groups from Egypt had approached Lebanon.
The United Arab Emirates sent a plane carrying 30 tons of humanitarian & medical aid.
Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa promised urgent humanitarian aid to the nation. The Bahrain Red Crescent Community donated $50,000 to the Lebanese Red Cross.