January 26th local time, according to local media reports, Akar, Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister of the Lebanese caretaker government, convened some cabinet members and heads of powerful departments to study the progress of the aftermath of the Beirut port bombing.
Akar requested that the investigation of about 700 containers existing in the disaster area must be completed within two weeks. Inspection and processing.
The day before, Akar discussed with the heads of relevant departments the implementation of relevant decrees and resolutions to protect the areas affected by the explosion and to relieve the victims, requiring departments to implement the outstanding safeguards within one week.
At the end of last month, President Awn signed a decree to allocate a financial advance of 50 billion pounds to pay compensation to the victims of the explosion in Beirut port in accordance with predetermined priorities.
A violent explosion occurred in the Beirut port area on August 4 last year, killing at least 190 people, injuring more than 6,500 people, displacing about 300,000 people and destroying a large number of houses.