المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 16 people with medical conditions got out of Madaya, Kafriya and Al-Fu’ah and the committee of the Red Crescent refrain from getting a very ill girl out of Madaya

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that no less than 11 people with medical conditions got out of town of Madaya in Rif Dimashq, while five other people with medical conditions were gotten out of the towns of Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya in the eastern countryside of Idlib, within the agreement of Fu’ah –Kafriya – Zabadani – Madaya under the support of the United Nations and by the mediation of the Syrian Red Crescent, while medical sources said that the committee of the Red Crescent refused to get a child with a medical condition out for treatment, the doctors diagnosed her condition as “meningitis”,  but the committee of the Red Crescent didn’t allow her to get out under the pretext of: her name is not in the lists of people who will be gotten out of Madaya town .

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