Hollywood star and UN special envoy Angelina Jolie was to visit on Monday in Lebanon on behalf of the Commissioner for Refugees of the United Nations Syrian orphans and work for an end to the war in the neighboring country.
The now almost three-year-long civil war in Syria has already made millions of people into refugees. According to reports, more than one million are currently looking for protection in Lebanon. Year-old actress during her visit
"The meeting with the children was a heartbreaking experience," 38 said. "They have lost their families and were deprived by the war childhood., You are so young and yet they bear the burden of their reality, as if they were adults."
It is Jolie's third visit to Lebanon, since she was appointed Special Envoy of the United Nations. She thanked the country with the words:
"The generosity and solidarity that have placed in the Lebanon and the people who live here, their Syrian neighbors should be an example to the whole world, we should be very thankful for that we need to help them.. to bear this burden. "