On March 31, during an official visit to Lebanon Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond allocated from the United Kingdom £20 million aid to the Lebanese Armed Forces.
March 31, 2016 ©UK Foreign Office
Announced by the Foreign office the fund is to help Lebanon to protect itself against terrorism, including the threat from Daesh.
Additional references: the United Kingdom and Lebanon
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Since years ago, the United Kingdom has been the largest Humanitarian aid donors to Refugee crisis in Syria, only second to the United States.
Just recently in February 2016 Prime Minister David Cameron, announced that UK to invest and aid an extra £1.2 billion supporting Syria and the region
The amount will help the people in Syria and the region for Education, creating Jobs and Humanitarian Protection.
Also the UK has been the largest Humanitarian aid donors to the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), ranking the First.
Related official References: Supporting Syria 2016, by UK Foreign Office
Supporting Syrian and the Region, London 2016
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