The aid helps alleviate the plight of those displaced by terrorism and the unjust blockade.
DAMASCUS, 18th August (RHC) – The displaced people housed in the temporary housing complex in the city of Heryala, south of the capital, have received food aid offered by the Russian government.
This humanitarian operation, managed by the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Parties to the Conflict, included the distribution of five tons of basic foodstuffs to the residents of this complex, which is home to hundreds of families displaced by terrorism.
According to the person in charge of humanitarian aid at the above-mentioned center, First Lieutenant Alexander Vidoviof, 450 baskets, each containing almost 10 kilograms of wheat flour, tea, oil and canned goods, were offered.
The director of the refugee center, Imad Khatib, told the press that this aid reflects the cooperation and friendship between Syria and Russia and helps alleviate the plight of displaced people as a result of terrorism and the unjust blockade.
According to Moscow, the Russian army’s help to Syria contributed to the liberation of 90 percent of its territory from terrorism.
In addition, more than 3,500 humanitarian aid operations have been carried out since 2015, delivering around 600,000 tons of food, medicine and basic materials (Source: PL)