Spokesperson of the Ministry of Defence ensures that, in recent months, Russian troops provided to civilians more than 100 tons of Syrian food, medicine and essential items

Spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry responded to US criticism of the truce declared by Russia for humanitarian purposes in Syria | EPA / SERGEI Chirikov
Spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry responded to US criticism of the truce declared by Russia for humanitarian purposes in Syria | EPA / SERGEI Chirikov

The spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry has accused the US of failing to provide the Syrians “not even a breadcrumbs” while Russian troops have transported to that Arab country more than 100 tons of humanitarian aid.”Throughout the operation to combat terrorism in Syria gave special attention to reconciliation between the sides and the granting of humanitarian aid to Syria,” he said Igor Konashenkov was quoted as.

“Since the State Department [US] – added – did not give the Syrians that both seem to worry not a single crumb of bread.”

The Russian general stressed that, in recent months, Russian troops provided to civilians more than 100 tons of food Syrians, medicines and essential items.

“And given that all the inhabitants of Aleppo, with no differences between the eastern and western part,” needed.

Konashenkov was quoted as reacting well to criticism of the Department of North American State, which has questioned the usefulness of the truce for humanitarian purposes declared by Russia, the last of which took place on Saturday and following which Moscow accused the ‘jihadists’ from injuring two military Russian and two Syrians to attack with heavy weapons humanitarian corridors created by the Russian army.

“And given that all the inhabitants of Aleppo, with no differences between the eastern and western part,” needed.

Konashenkov was quoted as reacting well to criticism of the Department of North American State, which has questioned the usefulness of the truce for humanitarian purposes declared by Russia, the last of which took place on Saturday and following which Moscow accused the ‘jihadists’ from injuring two military Russian and two Syrians to attack with heavy weapons humanitarian corridors created by the Russian army.

After the break, on 22 October, the army resumed fighting, but Russian aviation failed to restart flights and remained at a distance of ten kilometers from the city.

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