Displaced in northern Syria fear possible crossing closure for aid


Displaced people of the liberated areas on the northern Syrian border with Turkey fear closure of crossing for humanitarian aid as the UN Security Council is set to renew Resolution 2585/2021 on the entry of aid next July. Russia is threatening to veto the renewal and impose restrictions on aid through the Bab al-Hawa crossing on the Turkish border, saying that the entry of former aid trucks into opposition-controlled areas through the regime was successful. According to the data, the UN offices in Turkey are likely to close if the extension of the decision is refused. Many of the displaced stressed that aid coming from Bab al-Hawa is the main source of living for more than four million displaced people and residents of the area.


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