Harasta: UN food supplies found in Assad Army’s positions
Orient Net 2017-11-16 08:57:00
Amounts of the UN food supplies were found on Wednesday (November 15) in the building of Assad Army’s Management of Vehicles in Damascus eastern countryside’s Harasta, activists reported from sources in opposition Ahrar al-Sham Movement.
Orient News’ Hadi al-Munajed, reporting from Damascus eastern countryside, said, " I did not see the UN food supplies my eyes, but most activists in the area circulated the photos on social media".
The published photos showed bottles of oil and sacks of rice or sugar written on them "World Food Programme, (WFP)"
WFP is the food-assistance branch of the United Nations.
Opposition fighters of Ahrar al-Sham launched on Wednesday a major offensive on Assad regime’s The Management of Vehicles, a military base used to attack civilians, on the outskirts of Harasta in Damascus eastern countryside.
At least 80 Assad terrorists were killed and tens fled their positions in flight leaving their weapons and belongings, including the WFP’s supplies, according to Ahrar al-Sham.
Assad terrorists are besieging all cities and towns of Damascus eastern countryside, where at least 12 children have killed by malnutrition, lack of medical tools and sharp shortages of food supplies.
Orient News’ Mohammad Abdulrahman, reporting from Damascus eastern countryside’s Douma, said, "A girl died on Thursday because she needed chemotherapy, but Assad regime’s siege ended her life".