The explosion in Beirut, Lebanon
- August 5, 2020
- Posted by: Besarta Verbovci
- Category: Blog
“We share the stun and trouble of the individuals of Beirut following the destructive blast that has taken numerous lives and left a lot more harmed. Our sympathies go to every one of those that have lost friends and family. At this troublesome time, the European Union offers its full help to the Lebanese individuals. As a quick initial step, the EU Civil Protection Mechanism has been an endless supply of Lebanese specialists. The EU Civil Protection Mechanism is presently organizing the earnest arrangement of more than 100 profoundly prepared firemen, with vehicles, canines, and gear, spent significant time in search and salvage in urban settings. They will work with the Lebanese specialists to spare lives on the ground. As of now, the Netherlands, Greece, and Czechia have affirmed their interest in this basic activity. France, Poland, and Germany have additionally offered help by means of the Mechanism and more Member States can offer help. The EU has likewise actuated its Copernicus Satellite planning framework to help the Lebanese experts in evaluating the degree of the harm. We remain with Lebanon and its kin and are prepared to activate further assistance.”Statement by Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič
Our sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the explosions in #Beirut.