W/S Trucks carrying humanitarian aid in East GhoutaM/S TrucksM/S Soldiers getting in Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC)C/U SoldierM/S Banner reads 'Russia's aid to Syria'M/S Humanitarian aid convoyM/S Humanitarian aid convoyW/S Humanitarian aid convoyM/S Truck with humanitarian aid M/S Humanitarian aidC/U Bags read 'Russia is with you'M/S PastaC/U PastaM/S Russian flag on truckM/S Humanitarian aidC... Еще/U Humanitarian aidM/S Humanitarian aid in the back of truckSOT, Victor Malakhov, representative of the Russian unit of the Eastern Ghouta de-escalation control centre (Russian): «The humanitarian convoy consists of 15 tonnes of cargo, 13 tons of food sets including pasta, tea, canned goods, bread and two tonnes of essential medicines."W/S Humanitarian aid convoyM/S Humanitarian aid convoy passing soldierC/U Humanitarian aid convoyM/S Humanitarian aid convoyM/S Humanitarian aid convoySCRIPT Members of the Russian Centre for reconciliation of opposing sides in Syria delivered humanitarian aid to in East Ghouta, Wednesday. The operation was carried out for the first time since the government and opposition forces signed the agreement on de-escalation zone in the region on 22 July in Cairo. According to Russian military officials, the delivery was conducted at the crossing point of Russian military police Muheim-Wafedin and coordinated by the opposition group Jaysh al-Islam. The aid consisted of food and medical supplies for local residents.“The humanitarian convoy consists of 15 tonnes of cargo, 13 tons of food sets including pasta, tea, canned goods, bread and 2 tonnes of essential medicines,» said Victor Malakhov from the Russian unit of the Eastern Ghouta de-escalation control centre.Earlier this week Russian Defence Ministry announced that several new de-escalation zones were set to be introduced in Syria, including the region of East Ghouta and the city of Homs.East Ghouta remains under control of the opposition group Jaysh al-Islam, formerly Liwa al-Islam, which is an umbrella organisation consisting of various Salafist militant groups, allegedly supported by Saudi Arabia.
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