For the first time, servicemen of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties (CPVS) held a humanitarian action in the large village of Tay in the province of Haseke in northeastern Syria. The head of the group for the formation of humanitarian cargo Vitaly Repolenko told about this.
The humanitarian action was carried out jointly with a special purpose medical unit. Residents were given food kits, and also provided free medical care in the village, which is home to about 10 thousand people.
Repolenko noted that first of all, humanitarian aid was received by families who lost their breadwinners during the war. In total, 440 food kits were distributed to residents, which included rice, flour, milk, tea and condensed milk.
Now residents are actively returning to the village of Tei. The authorities are struggling to cope with the emerging problems, in addition, there is not enough work in the village. The head of the village administration, Ahmad Absualyad, said that therefore the Russian humanitarian aid is very important for local residents.
On January 10, it was reported that the Russian military carried out a humanitarian action in the province of Haseke in northeastern Syria. The column with the help arrived in the village of Jermes. Food and medicine were distributed to local residents. Citizens were given more than 400 sets. The children were examined by military doctors.