Week week alike. Last week in Eastern Aleppo was hell. In the truest sense of the word. According to official data of the world Health Organization (who), only last week were killed 338 people in Eastern Aleppo, including more than 100 children. Why are so many children? But because of 250 thousand residents of Eastern Aleppo, more than 100 thousand children. Eastern Aleppo — hell is for children.
Most hospitals have been destroyed or are not functioning. Dr. Richard Brennan, who Director of the ambulance told reporters that from 846 wounded, most will probably die. No funds to treat them. From 846 wounded, 261 — child.
Government sources report that their troops captured more territory in the North of the city and wedged in the center of Aleppo. Command the rebels deny this. It claims that Damascus had not made any progress after the capture of the refugee camp of Handarat, North of Aleppo.
Last Friday, “the Syrian Observatory for human rights, a monitoring group based in Britain, released the numbers of Syrians killed-opposition this year. It amounted to 3189. Independent website, “Air waves publishes a figure of 3 thousand people.
But let’s go back to the hell of Eastern Aleppo. A few days ago there were 8 working hospitals. However, its two largest medical center, according to the who, are no longer functional.
Died of wounds four children due to the lack of space in emergency rooms,” according to the same who. A few days ago, the UN considered that these hospitals were served by 35 doctors, which surged a wave of victims. However, according to the who, there are only 30 doctors. “These guys are worn out physically and emotionally,” — said the representative of the who Dr. Brennan.
The UN has developed evacuation plans, and designated hospitals in Northern Syria, which could take the wounded. But these plans are not implemented because the region’s intense fighting.
Currently the UN includes medicines and medical equipment and is again ready to send them in Eastern Aleppo, ” says Dr. Brennan, however, that humanitarian aid can not reach the city.
“We ask about four things,” says Dr. Brennan. — To stop the killing. Stop attacks on medical facilities. Let’s get the sick and wounded. And give medical aid to enter the city.” The situation in Eastern Aleppo, he will describe it as “unimaginable”. That is to say, the bare minimum, but as needed. “Our message is very simple. We hope that this time our appeal will not fall on deaf ears” — so ends his statement, the UN representative, Dr. Brennan. Week week alike. Maybe the current week will not be like the previous one, and hell Eastern Aleppo will open for a new UN assistance? At least for the sake of innocent children.
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