Aleppo, SANA- Aleppo Governor Mohammad Marwan al-Olabi discussed with Sajad Malik, the representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Syria and the delegation accompanying him humanitarian and relief works and means of cooperation.
The two sides also discussed the rehabilitation and maintenance works in a number of makeshift residential centers in order to improve the living conditions of families and to take several measures to help them and meet their basic needs in addition to discussing plans for joint works in the future.
Olabi pointed out the efforts made by the government to provide the affected families by terrorism with aid and to ease their suffering, noting the role of international organizations in relief works, renewing readiness to provide all possible assistance to help them in performing their humanitarian job.
In turn, Malik said that his first visit to Aleppo after receiving his new duties aims at assessing the actual needs and discussing the possibility of implementing projects to improve the conditions of families in the makeshift centers with a focus on projects aiming at finding sources of livelihood for these families.
Malik explained that a plan is currently prepared for next year, noting that there are efforts to expand and support the teamwork in the UNHCR office in Aleppo in order to increase the areas of work and to target the largest possible number of affected families, noting the support and facilities provided by Aleppo to the mission for the success of its work and achieving its humanitarian aims.