The Iraqi Red Crescent Society reported that convoys carrying humanitarian aid are still going to Turkey and Syria virtually every day.
Today, trucks from the Iraqi Ministry of Trade and other trucks that drove to the airport to transport them via Iraqi flights to Aleppo launched a convoy of relief from the Iraqi Red Crescent to Aleppo and Latakia.
The relief that was given today contained more than (170) tons, including (12) trucks of infant formula and (20) other trucks loaded with more than (1,000) food baskets, (5,000) blankets, and (5,000) sleeping mats, the IRCS stated in a statement. 16 tons of first aid and medical supplies, a quilt, and shelter tents.
It is notable that during the past few days, the Iraqi Red Crescent Society has supplied more than (140) tons of humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria. The Iraqi government’s provided planes that bring aid from Baghdad and Erbil fly the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and the Turkish Red Crescent through the airports of Damascus, Aleppo, Gaziantep, and Adana. Turkish Airlines received funding from the Society as well.