After the explosion that left many dead, injured, missing, homeless, and overall heartbroken in Lebanon on Thursday, the country’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab called on friendly countries for support, and many answered the call.
Italy, Qatar, Iran, France, Cyprus, Russia, The Netherlands, Poland, and other countries stepped up to help, especially with medical aid since the number of injured people, which has exceeded 4,000 so far, is overwhelming the hospitals.
Among these counties is Kuwait that just delivered medical aid and other essentials by military planes on Wednesday morning.
The friendly country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: “Kuwait expresses great sorrow and pain after the huge explosion that occurred yesterday, which led to the killing and wounding of dozens, in addition to huge material losses.”
“Kuwait supports Lebanon and sends its sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims,” the Kuwaiti official issued, wishing those suffering a speedy recovery.
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