Syrian Red Crescent medical aid convoy enters Douma

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Damascus Countryside, SANA – A Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) medical aid convoy made its way into Douma city in Damascus Countryside on Saturday.

Operations Director at the SARC Hazem Baqleh told SANA in a statement that the aid included 5400 infant formula milk cans, 2000 insulin boxes, supplies for 250 dialysis sessions and medicines for chronic diseases.

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He noted that today’s convoy is part of aid delivered to Douma city every two to three months.

In mid January, a humanitarian aid convoy of 45 lorries made its way into Madaya town in Damascus countryside, at the same time when 18 lorries carrying humanitarian assistance entered the terrorist-besieged towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa in Idleb province.

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