The UN asks for ceasefire to deliver aid to Syrian towns which suffer from bombings


The bombardment of Syrian territories which are held by rebels killed 51 civilians. The UN calls for two days of ceasefire as they want to deliver urgent aid to overwhelmed towns.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human there were 15 children who were killed I Ibdlib province and in eastern Aleppo on Thursday. The territories which are held by opposition near Damascus were bombed by Government forces.

syria_iraqDoctors inside rebel-held Aleppo made video and sent it to the ABC. This video shows that there were badly injures adults and children. They lied in the back of a truck. The vehicle speeded to hospital after the territory suffered from airstrike.

Recently airstrikes hit many facilities, the doctors who work with the Syrian American Medical Society, said.

On order to deliver urgent aid to the territories where civilians may be starving the United Nations called on the warring sides in Syria for a 48-hour ceasefire.

Jan Egeland, humanitarian advisor to UN Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura said that they need humanitarian pauses to help the residents who suffer from starving of need medicines.

Diplomats from Russia, the United States, Iran, Saudi Arabia and other countries which influence conflict in Syria were present at a weekly humanitarian taskforce meeting.

At news conference in Geneva Mr Egeland addressed his speech.

“A humanitarian truce would, could work in the following manner: we get 72 hours’ notice to go and we get a pause in the fighting for 48 hours.”

He said that Aleppo has become a lifeline place as people are at the brink of starvation. Many places in Syria are left without aid over the escalation in fighting.