Russia to send 5 planeloads of aid to Beirut

Beirut: Russia’s urgency authorities say the nation going to send 5 planeloads of aid to Beirut after an explosion within the Lebanese capital’s port died at the least 100 citizens & wounded thousands on Tue..

Russia’s Ministry for Urgency Situations going to send rescuers, medical labour, a makeshift hospital (3) & a lab for COVID-19 checking to Lebanon.

France, Jordan & different nations also say aid is on the way.

Intl. aid within the form of urgency labour & medical personnel is heading to Lebanon a day after a massive explosion devastated Beirut’s port, killing at the least 100 citizens & wounding thousands.

France states it’s sending 2 planes with dozens of urgency labour, a mobile medical unit & 15 tons of aid.

French President Emmanuel Macron’s workplace states the aid must permit for the medication of some of the 500 sufferers.

French peacekeepers stationed in Lebanon, a previous French protectorate, were contributing from the explosions, Macron’s workplace stated.

Jordan states a military ground hospital (3) involving all required personnel going to be dispatched, as per the Royal Court. Egypt has opened a ground hospital (3) in Beirut to receive the injured.

Czech Interior Minister January Hamacek states Lebanon has agreed an offer to send a tandem of 37 rescuers with sniffer dogs to Beirut.

Denmark states it’s prepared to give humanitarian support to Lebanon, & Greece states it’s prepared to support Lebanese officials with all means in its disposal.

PM Hassan Diab, in a short televised speech, has requested to all nations & friends of Lebanon to extend support to the small country, informing: We’re witnessing a real catastrophe.

He reiterated his own pledge that those accountable for the massive explosion in Beirut’s port going to pay the cost, without commenting on the cause.

Diab’s speech had come the in the morning after the blast died at the least 100 citizens & injured thousands.

Smoke has been still raising from that port Wed. in the morning. Main downtown streets have been littered with debris & damaged vehicles, & apartment facades have been blown out.

Lebanese Red Cross officer George Kettaneh stated at the least 100 citizens have been died & over 4,000 have been injured & stated the toll can raise furthermore.