@defenseDtb | Reuters Home Latest News Lebanon News Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link A month after the tragic explosion at the port of Beirut, Bangladesh is upping its aid for Lebanon’s capital city. Responding to a request from Lebanon, the South Asian country just sent 3,360 kilograms (over 3 tonnes) of glassware as emergency aid. According to the Bangladeshi newspaper Dhaka Tribune, the Lebanese government made a request through the Bangladesh Embassy in Beirut, to send glassware to recover the damages caused by the explosion. Bangladesh has sent 3,360 kg of float glass products as aid to the Lebanese capital of Beirut that was shattered last month due to a huge explosion.The Bangladesh government with the support of FBCCI sent the supply through a special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines. pic.twitter.com/Vpre3pGqNh— Defense Technology of Bangladesh-DTB (@DefenseDtb) September 7, 2020 In quick response to the blast crisis, Bangladesh was one of the many countries that supported Beirut. Bangladesh has already delivered 10 tonnes of aid including food, medical supplies. It also rescued stranded Bangladeshi workers, after many were impacted by the explosion. Unfortunately, some even died. View this post on Instagram Bangladesh has sent 3,360 kg of float glass products as aid to the Lebanese capital of Beirut that was shattered last month due to a huge explosion leaving around 190 people, including five Bangladeshi nationals, dead. The Lebanese government has expressed its gratitude to Bangladesh for the supply. The Bangladesh government with the support of The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) sent the supply through a special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Earlier, the Lebanese government requested for the aid through Bangladesh mission in Beirut, as the explosion destroyed glass doors and windows of large numbers of residences, offices and factories in Beirut. After the blast, Bangladesh sent nine metric tons of food items and two metric tons of medicines and medical supplies to Lebanon. #lebanonexplosion #beirutblast #beirutexplosion #bangladesh?? #lebanon?? A post shared by IFTI সরকার ?? (@iftekhar_sarkar) on Sep 6, 2020 at 9:20pm PDT Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media - contribute today! Become a Patron!