Russian humanitarian aid delivered to Syria's Homs province

Servicemen delivered bread, sugar, flour to the village of Ayn al- Dananir

Russia has supplied about 2.5 tonnes of humanitarian aid, including about 700 kilograms of bread baked in Syria with Russian flour, to the Syrian province of Homs, Col. Igor Borodin from the center for reconciliation of opposing sides in Syria has said.

Russian servicemen delivered bread, individual food rations, canned fish and meat, sugar, flour, and cereal to the village of Ayn al- Dananir. Children were given sweets - waffles, cookies and candies. Russian medics deployed a mobile medical station for the general public.

"Some 2.5 tonnes of humanitarian aid have been delivered to a populated locality on the contact line... Organized distribution of the humanitarian aid is underway, this aid may not be large, but it is still a relief given by the Russian people to the Syrian people," Borodin said.

The village administration signed the ceasefire deal and joined the reconciliation regime lately, he said. Russian negotiators are operating throughout the contact line in order to involve as many illegal armed units in the reconciliation regime, and the cessation of hostilities, as possible.

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