This letter from International Development Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan appeared in the Telegraph on 25 February 2020.
This week, the UK attended a meeting of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to discuss the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Syria. The UK is clear that violence must end and the Syrian regime and Russia must stop military action that is destroying so many innocent people’s lives.
Today (24 June 2019), The Telegraph has published an article online about UK aid and Syria, which includes some factually incorrect statements. The authors claim that UK aid has not gone directly into Idlib since November 2018. This is false. …
As the second largest bilateral donor to the humanitarian response in Syria since 2011, UK aid is at the forefront of the humanitarian response
The Daily Telegraph reports today (Thursday 22 March) that the International Development Secretary has launched an £11 million fund to find innovative ways to deliver aid in war zones.
International Development Secretary and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson issued a joint statement today to mark seven years of the conflict in Syria. They drew particular attention to the dire humanitarian situation in the besieged enclave of Eastern Ghouta, where 1,100 …
There has been media coverage of an innovative UK aid programme in Lebanon which is giving a vital lifeline to Syrian refugees through small cash transfers.
Today, the BBC, Today Programme, Mail, Times and other newspapers reported on a Foreign Office aid programme in Syria run by contractor Adam Smith International (ASI).