The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

52 trucks carry humanitarian aid enter towns in the Eastern Ghouta

Rif Dimashq Province:
The activists of the Syrian Observatory for Human rights observed the United Nations and the Syrian Red Crescent entering 52 trucks containing relief and medical supplies and logistic materials to the towns of Ein Tarma, KafrBatna and Jesrin in the Eastern Ghouta, while several persons from the same family were injured in an explosion of a landmine planted earlier in al-Dumayr area, also helicopters dropped several barrel bombs on areas in the city of al-Dumayr, amid continued bombing by the regime forces on areas in the city, while clashes are taking place between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the “Islamic State” in the Eastern Qalamoun area amid information about advancement from the regime forces and regaining control of points in the Badiyah cement plant and al-Safa stop and other points, also places in the towns of al-Nashabiyah and Hazrma and areas of Bala and al-Marj in the Eastern Ghouta were shelled heavily by the regime forces, which injured several people.


A video shows several trucks carrying relief materials, the trucks entered the towns of Ein Tarma, KafrBatna and Jesrin in the Eastern Ghouta.