China News Service, September 2 reported that nearly one month has passed since the explosion in Beirut Port, Lebanon.

As of September 1, local time, 25 people involved in the bombing have been arrested.

In addition, French President Macron who is visiting Lebanon said that the leaders of all parties in Lebanon had promised on September 1 that they would form a new government cabinet within two weeks.

On August 16, 2020, local time, in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, an excavator carried out demolition work at the explosion site in Beirut Port.

All persons involved in the bombing have been arrested

  According to the report, on September 1, local time, a Lebanese judicial source said that the 25 relevant persons identified through the investigation of the bombing case have been detained by the Lebanese authorities.

  The source said that on September 1, local time, the chief investigating judge Fati Sawan interrogated the last four people involved and issued an arrest warrant against them.

  According to reports, the four persons are the head of the military intelligence department of the port, the major of the National Security Agency and two members of the General Security Administration.

Allegedly, their security agencies, as well as the Lebanese Army and Lebanese customs authorities, are the main agencies responsible for overseeing port security.

  A violent explosion occurred in the Beirut port area of ​​Lebanon on the evening of August 4, causing thousands of casualties.

After the explosion, it was discovered that about 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate had been stored in a warehouse in the port for more than 6 years without any safety measures.

  At present, the specific cause of the explosion is still unclear.

However, the Lebanese security department said that welding operations may have caused fires and explosions.

On August 13, local time, a man was cleaning an apartment full of rubble in a residential area of ​​Beirut, Lebanon.

Macron: Lebanon promises to form a cabinet within 2 weeks

  After the explosion, large-scale demonstrations in Beirut continued to protest against the explosion and corruption of the authorities.

The then Prime Minister of Lebanon Diab announced the resignation of the entire government on the evening of August 10.

On August 31, Lebanese President Michel Aoun appointed Mustafa Adib, the country’s ambassador to Germany, as the new Lebanese Prime Minister.

On the same day, French President Macron visited Lebanon again.

  According to the report, Macron stated that the Lebanese authorities promised to form a cabinet within two weeks to promote reforms in key areas.

  The Beirut port bombing has exacerbated the economic crisis Lebanon is facing.

The United Nations has recently issued a warning that by the end of 2020, more than half of Lebanon’s population may face food shortages.

  On August 9, at a video conference jointly organized by the United Nations and France, the international community pledged to provide more than 250 million euros in emergency assistance. Macron stated that he is ready to host the second Lebanese aid conference in October.