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Israel has offered help to Lebanon after the Beirut blast.

Israel Foreign Ministry, through its official twitter handle, announced that the Israel government offered humanitarian medical assistance to Lebanon.

Israel Foreign Ministry, through its official twitter handle, announced that the Israel government offered humanitarian medical assistance to Lebanon.On August 4, 2020, two enormous explosions that rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut has killed at least 73 and 3,700 injured. Following this attack on August 5, the Foreign Minister and Defense Minister of Israel in the written statement said that the Israeli government has approached Lebanon's government through international security and diplomatic channels and has offered medical and humanitarian assistance. President Reuven Rivlin also offered his support to the Lebanese.

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