Fourteen trucks loaded with relief materials from the World Food Program (WFP) entered Wednesday the province of Idleb, coming from the areas controlled by the Syrian regime forces.
Local sources told Baladi News that the convoy was the third provided by the WFP to enter Idleb from regime areas for the past 15 months.
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In August, the first convoy of humanitarian aid entered the Miznaz crossing in the eastern countryside of Idleb, which is under the control of Syrian regime forces, to the opposition-controlled areas in northwest Syria, consisting of 15 trucks transporting 12,000 food rations.
The second convoy of similar humanitarian aid entered the opposition areas in December, consisting of 14 trucks, through the Tarnabah crossing near the city of Saraqib, east of Idleb.
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