Lebanese army receives food aid from Qatar
Sunday's delivery was the fifth shipment from Qatar since July, as the emirate has vowed to help the army for a year in light of the severe financial and economic crisis.
The army thanked Qatar for its donation.
Members of Lebanon's armed forces have often had to take on additional work elsewhere, as the Lebanese pound continues to plummet against the US dollar.
The currency collapse means soldiers are earning less than $100 a month when exchanging to the USD.
In July, Lebanese Armed Forces Commander Joseph Aoun warned that the crisis is jeopardising the future of the military.
US President Joe Biden authorised in September an aid package worth $47 million to be provided to the Lebanese army immediately.