Turkey crossing ‘best for help to Syria,’ says US emissary

John Smith
1 min readJun 5, 2021

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The US representative to the UN has said that Turkey’s Cilvegozu line crossing is “awesome” for worldwide NGOs to get help into Syria, TRT World has revealed.

Linda Thomas-Greenfield addressed writers on Thursday following her visit to the World Food Program dispersion focus in the Reyhanli region of Turkey’s southern Hatay region. The American negotiator said that in excess of 13 million Syrians are as yet needing helpful help because of the contention in their country.

“I’m glad to report that the US is giving $200 million of extra philanthropic financing to individuals of Syria,” she added while featuring that helpful guide, Covid-19 immunization, and clinical guide are completely expected to facilitate their affliction.

A month ago, the US Deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, additionally communicated enthusiasm for Turkey’s proceeded with help for the outcasts.

Syria has been attacked by a common conflict since mid-2011 when the Assad system took action against the support of majority rule government dissenters. A huge number of individuals have since been murdered, with millions more uprooted.

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