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.