Lebanon's Minister of Education and Higher Education Marwan Hamadeh attends a conference 'Supporting the future of Syria and the region' at the EU Charlemagne building in Brussels on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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Lebanon's delegation participated in a discussion with NGOs working to help Syrian refugees inside and outside the war-torn country at the Brussels II conference Tuesday, as it once again looked to the international community to help with the impact of the crisis.Education Minister Marwan Hamadeh is part of the Lebanese delegation alongside Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Ghassan Hasbani. The Embassy tweeted a picture of U.K. Minister of State for the Middle East Alistair Burt with the two Lebanese ministers.The U.N.'s Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura urged the world to prevent a fresh humanitarian disaster in the rebel-held region of Idlib, as officials warned that aid funding was running "desperately short".Some 6.1 million people are now internally displaced in Syria, more than 5 million have fled and 13 million, including 6 million children, are in need of aid, according to the U.N.
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