Washington delivers $1 million in military aid to Lebanon

During a special ceremony east of Beirut today, the U.S. delivered military aid to Lebanon’s Internal Security Forces. According to the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon, equipment worth approximately one million U.S. dollars was delivered to the Internal Security Forces during the ceremony.
U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Elizabeth Richard, today Photo Credit: EPA

A special ceremony was held today (Thursday) in Lebanon to welcome the delivery of military aid provided by America. U.S. forces delivered the military aid at the Internal Security Forces headquarters in the Dbayeh area.

According to the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon, equipment worth approximately one million U.S. dollars was delivered to the Internal Security Forces during the ceremony.

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Yesterday, Lebanon appointed a new army commander and filled several senior-level security and judicial positions. Washington and London welcomed the new appointments. British Ambassador to Lebanon Hugo Shorter stated: “I welcome the Cabinet’s decision today to make new appointments to the positions of Commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces and Director-General of the Internal Security Forces.”



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