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The minister added there are at least 30 persons missing and 100 others in the ICU.
The medical team will provide all aspects of treatment completely free of charge within the affiliated health care center To Beirut Arab University in the center of the Lebanese capital.
They discussed repercussions of the deadly blast at the Beirut port after it claimed the lives of more than 150 people and injured more than 6,000 others.
"The Lebanon disaster and the terrible devastation it caused reminds us of the danger of this floating oil tank off the Yemeni coast," AL Secretary-General said.
media reports claiming that he slammed Egypt over sending expired medical and food supplies to Lebanese people.
The embassy announced that all the necessary measures have been taken to transfer their bodies, offering the condolences to the relatives of the victims.
A total of 120 cases of hospitalized patients are in severe condition, reported the Lebanese newspaper Al Joumhouria.
There is underway coordination between Alexandria and Beirut universities to dispatch professors of bone and burns' surgeries to help in the treatment of Beirut blast patients.
The visit also aims to mobilize Arab and international support to assist Lebanon in addressing the repercussions of the disaster.
The Egyptian plane that arrived today is loaded with some 9 tons of medications and medical supplies; as per the real needs listed by the Lebanese side, he said.
A debate took place among people on social media platforms over the document.
The ship is said to have entered Beirut port in September 2013 due to technical difficulties and was eventually banned from continuing its voyage.
Egypt sent two medical aid planes loaded with necessary medical supplies, upon directives from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The Arab Publishers Association (APA), headed by Mohamed Rashad, expressed deep sadness with the current situation in Lebanon due to the explosion that took place in Beirut on Tuesday evening.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry has voiced deep concerns over the explosion in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut, which has reportedly killed at least 100 people and injured at least 4,000 others.
Egyptian Ambassador to Beirut Yasser Elwy communicated on Wednesday with a number of Lebanese officials to follow up on the aftermath of the deadly explosion that ripped through the Beirut port on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Hassan Diab said that 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate has been at the port for six years in a warehouse without taking preventive measures.