The United Nations said it resumed humanitarian aid deliveries to war-torn Syria on Thursday.
Jens Laerke, a spokesman of the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), told Reuters that an inter-agency convoy would cross conflict lines into a besieged area of rural Damascus.
“We will advise on the exact locations once the convoy has actually reached those locations,” he said.
The Damascus branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent tweeted images of its aid vehicles on the move.
The U.N. suspended aid deliveries on Tuesday after the convoy was struck near Aleppo in northern Syria the previous day. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent said one of its employees and around 20 civilians were killed.