Russian military have delivered about 28 tons of humanitarian aid to Syrian civilians.
Russian planes have delivered more than 20 tons of humanitarian cargo to the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor, the Russian center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria reported in its news-bulletin.
“Using parachute platforms, Russian planes delivered 20.6 tons of humanitarian goods (food), received by the Syrian authorities through the UN, to the area of Deir ez-Zor city,” the center’s statement reads.
In addition, the center’s staff helped to send a humanitarian convoy from Ar Ramtha city to Mutaiya settlement, located in Dara`a province. The humanitarian convoy consisted of 21 refrigerators and a tractive vehicle.
According to the center’s news-bulletin, for the past day, Russian military distributed almost seven tons of humanitarian aid among Syrians in the provinces of Aleppo, Dara`a and Homs.
According to the report, in total for the past day, representatives of the organization conducted nine humanitarian actions in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo, Hama and Dara`a. The total weight of the humanitarian goods, transferred to population, was 6.8 tons.
Thus, 2.2 tons of bread, 3,000 portions of hot food and 300 food packages were distributed in the Aleppo’s neighborhoods of Kadi Askar, Ashrafiya, Bsharah Al-Khouri, Sheikh-Said, Al-Hamdaniya-4, Sheikh-Maksud and Khaleb Al-Qadim, as well as in Ajami settlement in Aleppo province.
Residents of Salamia settlement in Hama province and Khabeb in Dara`a got other 650 food packages.
In this way, in total, 3,950 people received humanitarian aid.