Syrian govt. rejects aid to Aleppo if not coordinated through it or UN

By REUTERS
September 13, 2016 15:46

 
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Syria's government said on Tuesday it will reject any aid deliveries to Aleppo that are not coordinated through itself and the United Nations, particularly aid from Turkey, state media reported.

"The Syrian Arab Republic announces its rejection of humanitarian aid entering Aleppo which is not coordinated through the Syrian government and the United Nations, in particular from the Turkish regime," state news agency SANA said, citing a foreign ministry official.

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