YEREVAN. – Another plane left for Beirut Sunday on a special flight to deliver humanitarian aid from Armenia.
"From the people of Artsakh [Nagorno-Karabakh] to Lebanon; another plane left for Beirut," the Armenian government informed.
It is written, "From the people of Artsakh to Lebanon," on the boxes sent.
As reported earlier, the first plane carrying humanitarian aid from Armenia to Lebanon has landed at Rafic Hariri International Airport of Beirut on Saturday evening. Medical drugs and medical supplies were sent to the Lebanese people on board this flight.
Another special flight from Armenia to Lebanon is scheduled for August 11, whereby aid—especially material goods and food—will be sent to the Armenian community of Beirut amid Tuesday’s powerful and deadly explosion there.