Syrian Regime Removes 70 Percent Of Aids Heading To Ghouta

Agencies (Qasioun) – Syrian regime forces seized 70 percent of the supplies from relief convoy trucks provided by several organizations to the besieged Eastern Ghouta, a WHO official said on Monday.


"All the first aid kits, surgical supplies, dialysis and insulin, which were offered from the WHO warehouses, were rejected during the inspection," the official said.


A convoy of UN aids entered on 14th of February through Wafideen camp to the Al-Marj area in Ghouta in the Damascus countryside.


It is worth mentioning that the regime forces impose a suffocating siege on the villages and towns of the eastern Ghouta, leading to several deaths due to malnutrition.