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New batch of Russian aid distributed to families in Sweida
New batch of Russian aid distributed to families in Sweida
A new batch of food aid provided by Russia was distributed on Tuesday to 350 families affected by terrorism in al-Jneina village in the northeastern countryside of the southern Sweida province. Todays supplies came as part of the humanitarian aid provided by the Russian Federation to enhance the steadfastness of the Syrian people in the face of terrorism. Sweida Governor Amer Ibrahim al-Eshi said this aid reflects the supporting stance of the Russian people and government towards Syria and aims at alleviating the Syrians suffering under the unjust blockade imposed on them.
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