UN has said that it has plans to take aid to close to 150,000 Syrians that are in the besieged areas within the next 5 days even as partial truce takes an effect.
It said that it has plans to assist about 1.7 millions that the Syria war has affected before March ends.
The cessation of hostilities started on Saturday. However, both sides have been accused of breaching.
A key Syrian opposition appears to be oaky with it saying that the situation at the moment is better off.
The humanitarian coordinator for UN in Syria, Yacoub el-Hillo, said that the truce was the best chance that has been availed to the people of Syria since the war started five years ago and can use it to find peace and stability.
Humanitarian organizations intend to take advantage of this opportunity and deliver basic amenities like water; food and medicine in placing that have dire need of the aid such as Madaya.
It said that the Syria warring have to approve them before they can proceed to reach more affected civilians.
There were efforts to deliver aid to Deir al-Zour that is besieged by Islamic State last week but the efforts did not work out. The items got lost, some damaged while others landed in no-man’s land.
According to UN estimates, close to 500,000 civilians affected by the Syria war are under siege.
US and Russia came up with the cessation of hostilities in a move to help cool the situation in the Syria conflict.
This is however not applicable to fights against the Islamic State or the Nusra Front that is linked to the al-Qaeda.
Why Syria War is in place?
Four years ago, anti-government protests started and grew to civil war and have developed to a stalemate. The Assad government, IS, several Syrian rebels as well as Kurdish fighters are involved.
As at the moment, over 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives and millions of others injured. 11 millions others have been forced to become refugees in foreign countries. These include the increasing numbers who are travelling to Europe.