Libyan Relief Agency sends humanitarian aids to Sirte IDPs
The Libyan Relief Agency has sent a convoy of humanitarian aids to the displaced families from Sirte with the cooperation of Sirte Crisis Committee.
The IDPs who received the aids are taking refuge in Tripoli and its suburbs, personnel from the agency said.
the member of the Libyan Relief Agency, Omran Belawafi, said Wednesday that the aids, which were distributed to 300 families from Sirte, included furniture, five blankets, and a tent for each family, along with some household items.
“The aids also contained cleaning materials, foods, and solar lamps.” Belawafi added.
He also stressed that the distribution of the aids will be according to the identification papers of the family.
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