A total of 79 Syrians received medical assistance from Russian military doctors on Sunday, chief of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Parties in Syria Yuri Yevtushenko said.
“During the day, Russian military doctors offered medical assistance to 79 Syrians, including 20 children,” he said, adding that two civilians had been wounded on April 21 when militants opened mortar shelling at a dwelling quarter in Damascus’ southern part.
The Russian reconciliation center delivered humanitarian aid to the settlement of Aqraba in the province of Aleppo. “A total of 445 food baskets and freshly baked bread with an overall weight of 2.9 tonnes were distributed among civilians,” Yevtushenko said.
Works are continues to restore water and electricity supplies facilities in the city of Douma. Duting the day, eight houses and household territories were cleared of mines in that city, eleven improvised explosive devices were destroyed, according to TASS.