UN: Turkey could set up major camps for Aleppo people
Turkey could set up new major camps for people fleeing from eastern Aleppo to Idlib, the U.N. senior advisor, Jan Egeland said Thursday.
"We are also in contact with Turkey for major new camps that could be set up. Hundreds of thousands of people could come to Idlib, that is our planning," Egeland said in a press conference in Geneva on Thursday about the people being evacuated from eastern Aleppo, Anadolu agency reports.
Egeland said "We have tried to assist east Aleppo for several months now. We have had five major initiatives to bring relief to the besieged part of east Aleppo and to evacuate wounded and civilians from east Aleppo. They have all failed. We do hope that today we see the start of a last and successful attempt of evacuations of that troubled city."