World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate (AFAD) and Turkish Red Crescent Aid Society (Kizilay) began providing humanitarian assistance to Syrians at a fifth assistance location in south-eastern town of Akcakale at the Syrian border on Sunday.
In a written statement released on Sunday, AFAD said that they had established assistance locations at the Turkish-Syrian border previously in "Kilis (Oncupinar) and Gaziantep (Karkamis)."
AFAD said that they had also established two assistance centers in Hatay province right at the Turkish-Syrian border. Thus, the assistance location in Akcakale became the fifth assistance spot.
"We provide humanitarian assistance at our five locations to Syrians at zero point on the Turkish-Syrian border to meet their basic needs in accordance with international laws," AFAD also said.Güncelleme Tarihi: 07 Ekim 2012, 13:49