Lebanese Army Just Received 14 Tonnes Of Aid From Jordan

Lebanese Army Just Received 14 Tonnes Of Aid From Jordan

The Lebanese Army received a new aid shipment from Jordan on Tuesday afternoon.

The 14-tonne medical supplies shipment was received by a representative of Lebanese Army Commander Gen. Joseph Aoun, in the presence of Jordanian Ambassador to Lebanon, Walid Al-Hadid, the army said in a statement.

The supplies are a gift from Jordan to the Lebanese military institution, which has been facing financial difficulties as a result of Lebanon’s economic meltdown.

This is the second aid shipment the Lebanese Army has received from Jordan over the past week.

On Sunday, a Jordanian military plane landed in Beirut with a donation of 19 tonnes of medical supplies, also meant for the Lebanese Army.

The King of Jordan, Abdullah II, had pledged following the Akkar Explosion earlier this month to help Lebanon by sending medical assistance to help treat the wounded.

In the same context, Egypt has sent medical supplies and a medical team to support the response to the deadly explosion.

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Lebanese Army Just Received 14 Tonnes Of Aid From Jordan

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