The Royal Navy's HMS Dragon destroyer arrives in Beirut, March 25, 2019. (The Daily Star/NNA)
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A British Royal Navy warship docked at the Port of Beirut Monday for a three-day visit, after completing a seven-month deployment in the Middle East, seizing thousands of kilograms of narcotics.While in Lebanon, the HMS Dragon, a Type 45 destroyer, will host training with the Lebanese Navy, give media tours and demonstrate its capabilities, according to a statement from the British Embassy shared by the state-run National News Agency.British Ambassador to Lebanon Chris Rampling led a tour of the ship, and spoke of the U.K.'s support for Lebanon at a news conference afterward.
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