"Together with the leadership of the Civil Defense and Emergencies of Lebanon, an act on the completion of work by the Russian group in the emergency zone has been drawn up and signed," TASS quotes a message from the operational headquarters of the Russian group of rescuers.

It is noted that during the work, Russian rescuers removed the bodies of 10 people from the rubble.

Earlier it became known that medical workers of the Russian Emergencies Ministry provided assistance to 575 victims, including 70 children at the base of an airmobile hospital in Beirut, where an explosion occurred on August 4.