Three relief aid planes from Belarus and Jordan arrive Syria for quake- affected people

Damascus, SANA- Three planes from Belarus and Jordan arrived Wednesday at the international airports of Aleppo and Damascus, carrying relief aid for those affected by the earthquake.

“The two Belarusian planes carry supplies for field hospital and medications , with forty doctors on board of various specializations to provide assistance to those affected by the earthquake”, said Colonel Andrei Gorinovich, head of the medical team for special missions of the Belarusian army, indicating that within two days, a mobile hospital will be equipped in Ismailia town of Aleppo to receive 70 cases per day for medical operations and consultations.

“All shelters in that area will be visited to reach the largest possible number of affected people” he added.

The Colonel pointed out that Belarus is always ready to help the brothers in Syria and will continue to provide assistance to overcome the repercussions of the earthquake.

The Jordanian consul in Damascus Anwar Badawi, for his part, said that the Jordanian plane is the second to land at Damascus International Airport, carrying 12 tons of medical aid, pointing out that Jordan also sent two convoys consisting of 14 trucks two days ago through Nassib border crossing loading food and medical supplies, adding that there will be more aid in the coming days.

Badawi underlined that the visit of Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi to Syria Wednesday is to confirm Jordan’s support for the brothers in Syria.

Bushra Dabin / Baraa Ali


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