Aid Convoys Arrives in Besieged Syrian Towns of Kefraya & Fouaa
Aid trucks arrived on Monday in the besieged towns of Kefraya and Fouaa at the same time when aid convoys also reached to Madaya in Damascus countryside.
Media reports said forty-four trucks operated by the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Syrian Red Crescent, the United Nations and World Food Program left from Damascus for Madaya on Monday afternoon.
Earlier, 21 trucks carrying similar supplies left for the besieged towns of Fuaa and Kafraya, which are under militants siege in the northwest of the country.
Fuaa and Kafraya are more than 300 kilometers (180 miles) from Damascus, while Madaya is about 40 kilometers from the capital.
The trucks are carrying food, water, infant formula, blankets and medication for acute and chronic illnesses, as well as surgical supplies.