It will be a visit of solidarity with the Lebanese people who are days away from the one-year painful commemoration of the Beirut Explosion.
Ronaldinho will arrive on July 28th. Upon landing, he will reportedly visit the Beirut Fire Brigade in Karantina, the Beirut Port where he will lay a wreath in honor of the victims, and visit the Civil Defense headquarters in Beirut.
During his visit, he will also meet with different associations that helped with relief efforts and rebuilding the city after the blast.
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