Aleppo Governor Mohammad Wahid Aqqad said that the authorities have distributed 150 tons of vegetables free to suffering residents in the city, including those living in temporary housing.
During a meeting of the relief subcommittee in Aleppo on Sunday, Aqqad said that convoys carrying necessary supplies including flour, vegetables, food and fuel are still arriving in the city.
He noted that gasoline has been provided to more than 60,000 vehicles over the past few days.
Aqqad said that 15 new production facilities will also be commissioned soon to help provide bread to citizens. He added that work is also underway to reactivate the gas plants to provide gas cylinders to residents.
Translated and edited by the Syrian Observer