Aid drive for Syria continues in Ankara
Ankara Humanitarian Relief Association has provided aid, at a value of TL150,000, to Syria.
MiddleEast, Syria, Turkey 01.02.2013
Ankara Humanitarian Relief Association which launched an aid drive to help the oppressed people of Syria has sent aid supplies, at a value of TL150,000, to the country.
Ankara Humanitarian Relief Association has continuing its relief efforts to help Syrian people who have been victimized by a 20-month-long civil war and have been living in refugee tents to be able to survive.
As part of the “Winter has come… Bread and Blankets for Syria,” aid campaign, aid items, at a value of TL 150,000, were sent to Syria this week from Ankara.
The aid items were sent at a ceremony in Ankara with prayers. The trucks carrying aid items were loaded with blankets, clothing, textile products, medicine and food. The aid items have reached Syrian people.
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