KRG Health Ministry sends medicines to Kobani
The Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) Health Ministry has delivered an estimated three tons of medical supplies to the embattled Kobani, KRG officials have announced.
On Wednesday, KRG Health Minister Rekawt Hama Rashid said in a statement to the press that Rojava representatives came to Erbil to take the medical aid to Kobani.
“The medical supplies include miscellaneous types of necessary medicines,” he said. “The KRG offers full support to those Kurdish physicians who are willing to travel to the Rojava region to treat wounded people.”
Rashid added that the KRG will continue send- ing medical supplies to Rojava in the north of Syria.
On June 25, the Islamic State fighters launched a surprise attack on Kobani on the Turkish-Syrian border and massacred more than 200 civilians, mainly women and children. At least 200 other civilians were wounded.