EC suggested emergency humanitarian initiative for Aleppo
The initiative proposed Sunday is taken in cooperation with the UN to provide an urgent humanitarian aid for Aleppo.
The EU is allocating a ˆ25 million emergency aid package to support and scale up the first line response of its humanitarian partners to cover urgent medical, water and sanitation, and food assistance in Aleppo and in other priority areas across the country, according to the European Commission report.
This initiative reported to consist of two main elements that are facilitation the urgent delivery of basic life-saving assistance to civilians in East Aleppo and evacuations of wounded and sick from Eastern Aleppo.
The aid convoy can provide necessary goods for a maximum of 130,000 people and will cover medical, water and food needs, it goes in a report.
Brussels has called on all the parties to unite in order to fulfill this humanitarian initiative for Aleppo "for the sake of humanity and the political future of Syria".