Russia provides USD 10 million in (humanitarian) aid to displaced Syrians. While the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has met with the Antَnio Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, on the side-lines of the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York and it has been announced that Moscow will soon provide the sum of USD 10 [Continue reading…]
Russia supports Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. As the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has announced on the side-lines of the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York, Moscow will soon provide the sum of USD 10 million in (humanitarian) aid to the displaced Syrian families and the refugees from Syria in Jordan and Lebanon.
Syria: Moscow won`t give in to the United States and John Kerry. While the World Food Program (WFP) has voiced its serious concerns on the situation of the Syrian people and called on all sides, which are involved in the conflict in Syria, to allow all affected Syrians the access to humanitarian aid, the Professor James Petras said in a [Continue reading…]
Moscow sends further humanitarian aid to Syria and warns against military attack. The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, who recently had a probably very interesting telephone conversation with the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, said in a very recent statement that any military attack against Syria will only destabilize the Arab nation as well as the entire region of [Continue reading…]
Syrian Military: Army gains control over 3 areas in countryside of Lattakia (Latakia). According to the statements of a source from the Syrian military, the operative units of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) in the province of Lattakia (Latakia) were again able to gain the full control over three more areas in the northern part of Lattakia’s countryside.
Russia sends further aid to Syria – worth $1.3m. Moscow has sent further humanitarian aid to Syria after the recent deliveries of humanitarian aid by the Russian government for the Palestinian refugees as well as for the Syrian people within the Arab nation. Moscow is said to have already dispatched a new consignment of humanitarian aid to Syria.
Moscow has delivered a total of 70 tons of humanitarian aid to the Palestinian refugees in Syria according to the spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations. Oleg Voronov, the spokesman of this Russian Ministry, confirmed this in a public statement from today.
The Russian Emergencies Ministry has announced that it will send humanitarian aid to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The spokeswoman of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, Irina Rossius, said this today to the news agency of Itar-Tass.