December 7th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– Rusvesna, translated by J. Flores – Support Flores’ Patreon
SURAN, Syria – In March 2017, Jabat al-Nusra was able to seize the Syrian city of Suran in the province of Hama, later it was recaptured by the Syrian Army with the support of the Russian Air Force. Now the Russian military arrived to the city liberated from terrorists with an important mission.
In Syria, the restoration of regions affected by the war with ISIS and other extremist groups enjoying support from abroad is continuing. Late yesterday, the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties (CPAP), which takes an active part in this process, reported that over a ton of humanitarian supplies were delivered to the province of Aleppo.
The successes of the Syrian government army on all fronts of the fight against terrorism in Syria does not come off the news lines of the leading information resources. Redundant militants of radical groups, once striking horror in civilians, are currently only waiting for their time to be finally destroyed.
The foregoing, however, does not mean that the problems for the Syrian Arab Republic have ended. The main work of the return of the country to a peaceful footing has yet to be done, but fortunately the conditions for this now exist.
The relevant services of Syria, with the help of Russian specialists, carry out demining, ensuring the safe return of local residents to their homes. In addition, in a short time, the restoration of infrastructure and residential buildings – in general, all that is necessary to ensure that the Syrians in reality feel that the war is behind them.
In the province of Aleppo cities and villages affected by the actions of Islamists, this is now being felt. One such settlement is Suran, where most of the civilian facilities, including medical, gas and water supply systems, have been destroyed.
Of course, this includes the employment of local residents, including those returning from camps for displaced persons. That is why Suran was chosen by the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties in conjunction with the authorities of the province of Aleppo to deliver humanitarian aid for those in need, a total weight of 1.3 tons.
The locals greeted the Russian humanitarian convoy with genuine joy and were willingly photographed with the CPVC officers.
It is noteworthy that even the language barrier did not become an obstacle for communication between the Russian military and the Syrians, who were trusted by the people for help they see not on TV screens, but on the streets of their native cities.