A Visit to IHH by the UN
United Nations (UN) Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria Crisis Mark Cutts and colleagues visited the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation headquarters.
Syria 11.02.2020

United Nations (UN) Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria Crisis Mark Cutts, who visited the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation headquarters with a group of colleagues, had a meeting with IHH officials. Mark Cutts was welcomed by the IHH Chairman of the Board of Trustees Hüseyin Oruç, IHH General Secretary Durmuş Aydın, IHH Executive Board Members Erhan Yemelek and Izzet Şahin and IHH International Affairs Coordinator Talha Keskin.

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IHH Deputy Chairman for Syrian Operations Erhan Yemelek briefed Cutts on IHH’s operations carried out in Syria since the beginning of the crisis until the present. During the visit the latest developments in Idlib, attacks in the region and accordingly the new migration from the region, the humanitarian crisis that has emerged, the needs in the region and the briquette house project materialized by IHH.

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