The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

With more incoming aids | Three new planes from Arabic countries land in Syrian airports

More rescue planes are landing in Syrian airports to help those affected by the catastrophic earthquake that hit Syrian areas in regime-held areas, where a Libyan plane landed in International Lattakia Airport carrying 40 tons of foodstuff and medical aids to help those affected by the earthquake.

Moreover, an Emirati plane landed in International Aleppo Airport carrying rescue materials to help those affected by the earthquake, and another Pakistani plane landed in International Damascus Airport.

Accordingly, the number of planes carrying humanitarian aids that reached areas of the regime since February 6, has risen to 129 planes including 124 Arabic and foreign planes provided by 23 countries, and five planes provided by Ajnehat Al-Sham Company.

The planes set off from Iran, Iraq, Russia, Emirates, Egypt, Libya, India, Jordan, Armenia, Pakistan, Tunisia, Venezuela, Oman, China, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Omaima, Belarus, Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Japan, in addition to a plane by Ajnehat Al-Sham Company, an Italian plane that landed in Lebanon and a plane from the Unicef.