UN sends aid to Syria from Turkish border

0
Ramesh Rajasingham (C), UN Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for Syria crisis speaks during a press conference at a UN transhipment hub at Cilvegozu in Reyhanli near the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay on November 28, 2016. At the UN transhipment hub on the Turkish side of the border, humanitarian aid Syrian arrive empty and load commodities from Turkish trucks before heading back to the Syrian territory under UN monitoring mission. / AFP PHOTO / OZAN KOSE

A United Nations delegation was at Cilvegözü, a border gate to Syria, on Monday sending humanitarian aid to Syria.

Ramesh Rajasingham, UN deputy regional humanitarian coordinator for the Syria crisis, held a press conference at the border gate in Reyhanlı on the Turkish-Syrian border. The trucks, which arrived empty from Syria, were loaded with commodities from Turkish trucks and headed back into Syria under a UN monitoring mission.

LEAVE A REPLY