A convoy carrying humanitarian supplies, have entered towns in the countryside of Syria's Damascus, which are under control of the Syrian opposition, a human rights group said, Saturday.
The convoy of 27 trucks carried humanitarian aid, food and medical supplies, as well as blankets, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), said, in a statement.
The supplies will be delivered to people in towns of Beit Saham, Bebla and Yalda, it added.
Humanitarian assistance have been pouring into different parts of Syria, to help people in dire need of aid
Source: NAM News Network