Armenians from Kesab spent night in Latakia church
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Following Friday attacks, residents of Armenian-populated town of
Kesab and nearby villages in Syria have moved to safer places,
according to Perio news.
The source reported that many Armenians are currently in the national
offices located on the grounds of Surb Astvatsatsin Church in Latakia.
The Red Crescent and other organizations are distributing food and
necessary items to them.
Since the start of the Syrian war, Armenians of Aleppo have moved
mostly to Kesab considered a relative safe settlement.
We would remind you that attacks were launched on Armenian-populated
Kesab from three border Turkish positions Friday morning.