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Russian soldiers bring textbooks and backpaks to Syrian children

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Russian soldiers bring textbooks and backpaks to Syrian children


26.09.2018

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Four hundred textbooks in Russian were handed over to the Syrian schools in the city of Homs by the Combat Brotherhood All-Russian Public Organization of Veterans and the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria.

The Russkiy Mir Foundation supported the charity action. The Combat Brotherhood first deputy head Dmitry Sablin who is the coordinator of the friendly relations between the Russian and Syrian parliaments thanked the representatives of the Foundation.

According to the head of the Russian reconciliation center Lieutenant General Vladimir Savchenko, Russian military and public organizations do a lot for the conflict peaceful resolution and provide all-round assistance to Syrian citizens.

A few days ago, a ton of fresh bread was delivered to Aleppo residents, and a 1000 schoolbags and sets of children's clothing were distributed around East Ghouta.

The number of humanitarian actions carried out by the Russian military in various parts of Syria is approaching to 2000. Many of them are aimed to resume education in the schools of the country affected by the war. Russians help to restore the destroyed schools, regularly bring construction materials and everything necessary for study.

Earlier, the Russkiy Mir reported on the charity actions of the Russian army in Syria, as well as the Russian classes opening in the schools of this country.

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