After the Explosion in Beirut: the EU and Israel in Lebanon to say humanitarian aid

The EU has provided to Lebanon after the heavy Explosion in Beirut's assistance in view. "The European Union is ready to provide help and support," said EU C

After the Explosion in Beirut: the EU and Israel in Lebanon to say humanitarian aid

The EU has provided to Lebanon after the heavy Explosion in Beirut's assistance in view. "The European Union is ready to provide help and support," said EU Council President Charles Michel on Tuesday evening. His thoughts were to the Lebanese people and the families of the victims.

The EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell wrote: "The European Union expresses its full solidarity and full support for the families of the victims and for the Lebanese people and the Lebanese authorities." The possible cause of the disaster, the EU politicians are not expressed.

the Federal government Also expressed shock over the reports and images from Lebanon, writes government spokesperson Ulrike Demmer on Twitter. "Our thoughts are lost in those of the members. To the injured we wish a speedy recovery. We will be offering Lebanon our support,“ it says. The Foreign office reported that employees of the German Embassy in Lebanon, are among the injured.

Macron twitter in Arabic

And France has pledged support for the course. France will send aid to Lebanon, wrote to the French state, chief Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday evening on Twitter. France stand always side by side with Lebanon, so Macron in Arabic.

Macron've been on the phone with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun, announced the Elysée Palace. In the interview, Macron expressed, therefore, his support and that of the French for the Lebanese people. Today's Lebanon was formerly part of the French mandate territory in the Middle East, the two countries still have a close relationship.

Also, Israel offers humanitarian aid to

Similarly, the neighboring country of Israel, the Lebanon humanitarian aid offered. "Under the instructions of defense Minister Benny Gantz and Minister of foreign Affairs Gabi Ashkenazi, Israel has turned to the Lebanon by international diplomatic and defense channels," informed both Ministers in a joint statement. The Lebanese government had been offered "medical humanitarian aid".

The Lebanon and Israel have no diplomatic relations. Officially, the two countries are still at war. Lebanese are forbidden any contacts with Israelis. At the border it always comes back to tensions between the Israeli army and the Lebanese Shiite militia Hizbullah. This was last updated in 2006, in a month-long war with Israel.

Updated Date: 04 August 2020, 23:19

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