China News Agency, Paris, August 6 French President Marcon visited Lebanon on August 6, local time, to inspect the explosion site in Beirut, the capital, and to meet with President ORN of Lebanon. Macron visited Lebanon two days after the Beirut bombings. After arriving in Beirut, he was welcomed by President ORN of Lebanon and the two met. Marklon pointed out that his visit is aimed at demonstrating France’s support for the government and people of Lebanon and seeking to promote European and international support for Lebanon. After the Beirut bombings, the crisis facing Lebanon was serious, marklon said. At present, the top priority is to provide assistance to Lebanon and “provide unconditional support” to the people of Lebanon. < / P > < p > makron said he intended to have a dialogue with the political class in Lebanon. In this political and economic crisis, he said, “the political class bears the responsibility.”. He called on Lebanon to carry out reforms or the country would continue to be in trouble. < / P > < p > maklon then went to the scene of the explosion in Beirut. Rescue workers from the Red Cross Society of Lebanon, relevant Beirut officials and French rescue workers who have arrived at the scene to carry out the search and rescue work briefed him on the situation. French rescuers said they were looking for missing people buried in the rubble at the scene of the explosion and believed there was still hope of finding survivors. Because of novel coronavirus pneumonia, MC and his colleagues wore masks on their way to visit. < / P > < p > on the evening of the 4th local time, a violent explosion occurred in Beirut port area. Lebanon’s Ministry of Health reported that at least 137 people were killed and 5000 injured in the blast, with dozens still missing. Li officials revealed that about 2700 tons of ammonium nitrate were stored in warehouses in Beirut port area. < / P > < p > at least 40 Frenchmen were injured in the explosion in Beirut, according to a French official report released on the 6th. France has dispatched a professional rescue team of 55 people and 20 tons of relief materials to Lebanon.