H.E Amb Mohammed Hassan Al-Jaber, in the presence of delegation from the #LebaneseArmy & diplomats, visited the site of the explosion in #Beirut Port, where the Qatari search and rescue team #Lakhwiya headed by LT/Abdullah Eid Al-Muhannadi briefed him on the team’s work progress pic.twitter.com/iVX8NdyfVz— سفارة قطر - بيروت (@QatarEmb_Beirut) August 10, 2020
The Qatari Search and Rescue Team of the Internal Security Force (Lekhwiya) briefed him on the team’s work progress during the visit.
In a related development, a shipment of medical equipment for the field hospitals donated by Qatar to Lebanon arrived at Beirut's airport Monday on a Qatari Amiri Air Force aircraft within the air bridge established by Qatar to support Lebanon after the Beirut tragedy, the embassy tweeted.
A shipment of medical equipment for the field hospitals donated by #Qatar to #Lebanon arrived at the #Airport today, 8/10/2020, via #amiri #airforces within the air bridge established by the State of #Qatar in order to support #Lebanon after the #BeirutExplosion pic.twitter.com/a6De5xZYqj— سفارة قطر - بيروت (@QatarEmb_Beirut) August 10, 2020
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