Kuwaiti charity sends relief aid to Aleppo post-haste

ANKARA, May 6 (KUNA) — Kuwait-based Al-Najat Charitable Society announced on Friday it would send humanitarian aid post-haste to those residents of the Syrian city of Aleppo who are caught up in the current strife there.
This emergency aid will be delivered in coordination with the Humanitarian Relief Foundation, a Turkish organization at work inside Syria.
The Kuwaiti aid is made up of foodstuff and medicine, among other items, at a cost of USD 66,000, said director of relief aid operations at Al-Najat, Thamer Al-Suhaib, in a telephone call to KUNA, noting there will be more relief aid in the pipeline for Aleppo residents in the ensuing few days.
He thanked Kuwaiti donors to the plight of the residents of the Syrian city, stressing that Al-Najat has been running numerous convoys of trucks laden with food and medicine and other incidentals to stricken people in Syria.
For instance, last March a relief convoy of four trucks were sent by Al-Najat from a donation by a Kuwaiti philanthropist to orphaned children in Syria. (end) rs.ajs

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