Turkey’s Operation Peace Spring is continuing with sending of 21 trucks with humanitarian aid to the northern Syria.
Turkey, international aid organizations and Kuwaiti philanthropists have combined their efforts and sent aid to both the zone and Syria’s Tal Abyad and Rasulayn districts, which were recently cleared of PKK/YPG terrorists.
Marking the delivery of the aid with the support of the NGOs Ataa and Al Rahme as well as Kuwaiti philanthropists, the province’s Deputy Governor Abdullah Abid Oztoprak said Turkey will continue to stand by the oppressed and the victims of civil war.
“We are witnesses that our Kuwaiti brothers and sisters have always helped those (in need) in Syria. Since the first day, they have been on their side,” he said.
Trucks sent to the needy in Syria have basic food supplies such as stoves, firewood, blankets, diapers and cleaning supplies as well as children’s food, flour, oil, sugar and pulses.
Over five years, Turkish side has launched a trio of successful anti-terror operations across its border in northern Syria to prevent the formation of a terror corridor and enable the peaceful settlement of residents: Euphrates Shield (2016), Olive Branch (2018) and Peace Spring (2019).