A new convoy from the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine carrying 1000 tons of food lands in Syria

A new relief convoy from the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine landed in the Syrian province of Latakia, carrying on board more than (1000) tons of food, medical and baby milk, in addition to water and fuel.

The head of the delegation of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine to Syria; Dr. Afdhal al-Shami, said that within the framework of the ongoing relief efforts provided by the holy shrine to the earthquake victims in Syria, in response to the appeal of the supreme religious authority in Najaf, and the directives of the Senior Official of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Sayed Ahmad al-Safi, a new relief aid convoy arrived in Syria.

He added that the new relief convoy includes more than (100) vehicles, including (73) large trucks, carrying (1000) tons of various foodstuffs to provide to the families affected by the earthquake.

Al-Shami explained that the new convoy also includes (2) tons of various medical materials, (5) tons of baby milk, (200) tons of clothes, in addition to (200) tons of funishings, pointing out that the convoy carried on board (10,000) liters of water, and (75,000) thousand liters of fuel.

Yesterday, a new relief convoy for the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine arrived in the Syrian city of Latakia, "Jableh region", to begin providing humanitarian assistance to the earthquake victims there.

The relief materials carried by the convoy were transported immediately upon arrival to the Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine shelter Center for the distribution of aid in the city, as preparations are underway there to begin the process of distributing humanitarian aid to the families affected by the earthquake that destroyed many areas in Syria.

The Al-Abbas's (P) Shrine launched the first relief support convoy to Syria on February 22, which included more than (1555) tons of medicines and food, all the supplies needed by the affected families and securing shelter supplies, to establish camps for people who lost their homes as a result of the earthquake.
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