Sources reported on Tuesday that the humanitarian convoys entered the areas in Homs north central Syria, under the auspices of the United Nations.
The sources said that aid reached the large Al-Ghantu and Teir Maalah towns of Casablanca, as well as the villages of the station and Snisl and Jawalk, located in the northern Homs.
The sources said the aid convoy consisting of 18 trucks, and containing foodstuffs, scheduled to be distributed to families in the next few days.
And it exposed the villages of Al-Ghantu and Teir Maalah to intense shelling from Syrian warplanes almost daily over the past two weeks.
And live in villages more than 50 thousand inhabitants of the city, and displaced people from neighboring areas.