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MOSCOW, December 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia will continue to deliver relief supplies to the population of Syria, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated on Wednesday.
Two Russian emergency airplanes have delivered 35 tonnes of relief supplies for the Syrian population in Syria’s Latakia, the Russian ministry reported. “The relief supplies are the tents, blankets, food products, medicines and other primary necessities,” the ministry noted. “Permanently living in Syria several Russian citizens and members of their families as well as citizens of several CIS states, who want to leave the conflict zone (a total of 37 people), arrived in Moscow by the return flight,” the ministry said.
“Russia will continue to deliver relief supplies to the Syrian population in different forms, as the latter are suffering from the hardships of armed confrontation,” the Russian Foreign Ministry reported. “I mean, to do it for internally displaced people in Syria and Syrian refugees from neighbouring countries,” the ministry said.