Russian military give 2 tonnes of food to refugees in Syria's Damascus province
DAMASCUS. Nov 12 (Interfax) - The Russian Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria has delivered humanitarian aid to the Adra-Duer refugee camp in Syria's Damascus governorate, Eduard Titov, who oversees the Center's delivery of humanitarian aid, told reporters.
"The Russian Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria conducted a humanitarian event at the Adra-Duer camp. Two tonnes of food was given away. The sets included rice, sugar, flour, and tea," Titov said.
Russian specialists also conducted medical examinations of refugees living at the camp and brought medication and vitamins.
Adra-Duer is housed in a former center for gifted children near the city of Adra, one of Syria's largest industrial centers. Over 2,100 people live there, many of them from the eastern districts of the Damascus governorate, which are still controlled by militants.