French President Emmanuel Macron heads to Beirut tomorrow, Thursday

Paris-ALsharqiya, August 5: French President Emmanuel Macron will go to Beirut tomorrow, Thursday, to meet with all political parties after the explosion that shook the capital, Beirut, and killed more than 100 people, as announced by the French presidency.

Macron will meet his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Hassan Diab, at a time when France has expressed its solidarity with Lebanon and sent equipment and personnel to assist the Lebanese authorities, according to the Elysee.

The French Prime Minister, Jean-Castex, announced that he will meet today with the relevant ministers to coordinate the dispatch of aid and relief materials to Beirut, and confirmed that three planes loaded with aid were supposed to be allocated to treat at least 500 wounded.


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