WHO's Elizabeth Hoff pressed on Syria healthcare crisis

Elizabeth Hoff, WHO Syria Representative in Damascus, talks to Al Jazeera about besiegement tactics, evacuations and the spread of communicable diseases, as well as criticism that the UN has not fulfilled its obligations to protect civilians.

    Elizabeth Hoff, WHO Syria Representative in Damascus. We pressed her to answer important questions on besiegement tactics, evacuations, the spread of communicable diseases, as well as criticism that the UN has not fulfilled its obligations to protect civilians when it comes to access to healthcare.


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