Beirut: a depositary breaks in in a bank and security forces force him to leave

Today, Monday, i media Lebanese reported that a depositary broke in in a bank in Hamra Street, in the center of the capital, Beirut, demanding the return of his financial deposit from the bank.

The Lebanese Depositors’ Association reported that a depositor stormed the Byblos Bank Hamra branch, while security forces worked to forcibly remove it. In recent months, Lebanon has seen numerous bank break-ins, for a total of about 8 break-ins in one day. Consequently, the Association of Banks announced the closure for 3 days for security reasons, stating that “continuing the policy of indifference means continuing the policy of assaulting the banks”.