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Istanbul-The Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria is holding talks with a number of factories in Turkey to manufacture aid materials for a winter project by the campaign.

The project aims to help Syrian refugees, noting that this projected has been adopted since the beginning of the Syrian crisis.

The campaign’s purchasing committee met with a number of winter clothing factories’ officers in Turkey in order to agree upon starting the manufacture of winter outfits.

The committee traveled to Istanbul, Tekirdağ, Uşak, western Turkey, and Konya, central Turkey, and Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey and met with officials in 16 different plants.

The campaign’s administration will nominate the factories they will choose for their winter project, in order for them to prepare all what is needed to start manufacturing and further delivering to the target sites.

Turkish media reported on Sunday the statements of the Regional Director of the Saudi National Campaign Dr. Badr bin Abdul Rahman Al-Samhan, who stressed that the aim of the visit is to study the production efficiency of the factories and their ability to meet the campaign requirements .

Ten days ago, the preparatory committee for purchase in the campaign visited Turkey to provide all relief-needs for Syrian brothers.

In light of its work plan, the committee visits specialized factories in Producing winter relief materials from blankets to jackets and winter outfits for women and children, in preparation for the coming winter season.

The campaign plans to deliver these relief materials early this year to its offices in Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon in order to meet the needs of the Syrian refugees before winter.

Notably, “My brother, your warmth is my goal 4” seasonal program aims at providing Syrian refugees with winter outfit for the fourth consecutive year now.