The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The rebel factions make sand berms and enter food to the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo and prices are still high in the western section of the city

The activists of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in the city of Aleppo observed the return of movement to the markets of the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo, the prices of food and vegetables are continue to be high although the fighters of the factional managed to enter trucks carrying food, fuel and vegetables to the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city controlled by factions through the crossing that reaches these neighborhoods of cross Ramouseh area, after raising earth berms around the corridor by earth berms, to prevent the targeting by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, while the western neighborhoods controlled by the regime forces in Aleppo are still witnessing since the 6th of August a rise in food prices to nearly the double of what it used to be at the first days of August, despite the entry of tens of trucks carrying vegetables, food and fuel almost daily, using the road of Khanasser – al-Castello – Handarat and al-Mallah – Sheikh Najjar – Aleppo city, after the factions have cut the main road of Ramouseh that connects regime forces’ controlled areas in Aleppo city to the rest of the Syrian areas.