The president of Lebanon: the possibility of external forces intervening in Beirut explosion is not ruled out

On August 7, according to Al Jazeera television, quoting the office of the president of Lebanon, on August 7, local time, President ORN of Lebanon said that the possibility of external forces intervening in the explosion of Beirut port could not be ruled out. On the same day, Lebanon’s health minister Hassan said that 154 people were killed and 120 were seriously injured in the Beirut port explosion, and the death toll is likely to rise further. < / P > < p > according to reports, ORN told local media, “the reason has not been determined. There is the possibility of external intervention through missiles, bombs or other acts. ” According to ORN, the cause of the explosion is being investigated from three aspects. First of all, to investigate how explosives entered the port and stored; second, to investigate whether the explosion was caused by human negligence or sudden accidents; third, to investigate whether there is the possibility of external interference in the explosion. According to the Russian satellite network, ORN pointed out that during his visit to Beirut, French President Marcon requested satellite images of the moment when the Beirut port exploded, but if Paris could not provide these images, Lebanon would turn to other countries for help. According to the previous report, on the evening of August 4, local time, a violent explosion occurred in the port area of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, causing thousands of deaths and injuries and dozens of missing people. Direct and indirect losses could be as high as $15 billion. The operation is still in tension. Meanwhile, the government of Lebanon has launched an investigation into the explosion, and the investigation committee has been asked to submit a report within four days. Some official sources attributed the incident to “inaction and negligence”.