Aid to Syria: 38 tons of food supplies

Second Batch of Russian Aid.21.9.12.jpgSecond Batch of Russian Aid Arrives with 38 Tons of Food Supplies

Sep 21, 2012

DAMASCUS, (SANA) - A Russian aircraft carrying the second batch of aid arrived in Damascus International Airport on Friday with 38 tons of food supplies on board.

Yesterday , a Russian aircraft loaded with the same amount of food supplies arrived in Damascus International Airport. The cargo included sugar, meat, milk and canned fish for families affected due to the crisis in Syria.

The distribution of aid will be carried out in coordination and cooperation with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), in addition to the civil and non-government organizations.

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