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French President Emmanuel Macron hosted summit on Sunday to encourage other world leaders to help Beirut. virtual conference was held in response to catastrophic explosion that devastated Lebanon's capital city last week. President Macron said Lebanese people needed aid immediately and directly. He said: "We must act quickly and efficiently so that this aid goes directly to where it is needed. Lebanon's future is at stake." conference was co-hosted by UN and secured pledges of assistance from dozens of countries, including Lebanon's neighbours, countries from Europe and Asia, and USA. The international donors have so far pledged $300 million to help Beirut.

The European Commission promised over $68 million to help Beirut. EC spokesperson said: "As needs rise, we are providing humanitarian support to hundreds of thousands of most vulnerable people." funding will go directly to charities and UN agencies. Arab state of Qatar pledged biggest donation from single country. It is donating $50 million, while Kuwait offered $40 million. There was also spiritual assistance for people of Lebanon. The head of Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, made plea saying: "We must all work for good of this beloved country." He added: "I also renew my appeal for generous help from international community."

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