Dutch ambassador attends a ceremony to handover 20 Military ambulances to the Lebanese Army in Kfar Shima, Thursday, March 30, 2017. (The Daily Star/Bilal Jarekji, HO)
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The Lebanese Army received 20 military ambulances Thursday as part of an ongoing commitment made last year by the Netherland's foreign minister to Lebanon's military.The ambassador and Dutch Defense Attache Lt. Col. Jan-Willem Mezger inspected the ambulances before presenting the vehicles' keys to the Army's deputy chief of staff for procurement, Brig. Gen. Jean Farah, the statement said.Schaapveld added that Dutch assistance is also supporting the Lebanese Army's launch of several new regional centers, one of which is scheduled to open in the Bekaa Valley this summer.
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