BRINDISI, 17 MARZO – Nuovi aiuti umanitari per la popolazione siriana: 12 tonnellate di generi di prima necessità (tende, coperte, teli in plastica per il riparo temporaneo e generatori elettrici) sono state caricate oggi Base Logistica delle Nazioni Unite di Brindisi (UNHRD) dirette al valico di frontiera turco-siriano di Cilvegozu. I beni verranno distribuiti nelle aree di Aleppo, Idlib e Latakia, informa il Vice Ministro degli Esteri Mario Giro sulla sua pagina Facebook.
New humanitarian aid for the civil population of Syria. 12 tons of goods of basic necessity have been loaded on a cargo at the United Nation Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD), to be brought to the Turkish-Syrian border crossing point of Cilvegozu. Tents, blankets, plastic sheets, generators will be delivered eventually to the towns of Aleppo, Idlib and Latakia, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mario Giro announced oil his Facebook profile.
The UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Brindisi plays a frontline role in emergency preparedness and response worldwide. It was the first UNHRD established in 2000, and since then has been replicated in five other countries to create the UNHRD Network. The Brindisi depot recently moved to refurbished facilities in San Vito and is generously made available by the Government of Italy. (@OnuItalia)
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