Briefing by Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria (September 13, 2018)
Peaceful settlement of the conflict and rendering of comprehensive assistance are the main vectors of work in the Syrian Arab Republic.
Representatives of the Russian Centre for Reconciliation held a humanitarian action in the settlement of al-Dahabiyah, Aleppo province.
Civilians received 450 sets of food with the total weight of 1.9 tons, and a ton of fresh-baked bread.
In total, since the Russian Centre for Reconciliation started settlement process, it carried out 1931 humanitarian action. The total weight of humanitarian cargo delivered amounts to 2,855.66 tons.
Russian military medics have provided medical assistance to 42 people, including 15 children over the past day.
Despite the ceasefire regime being established throughout the country, there are still cases of ceasefire regime violation by illegal armed formations in the Idlib de-escalation zone.
Over the past day, insurgents have attacked the settlements of Dwyer-El-Akrad (four times), Arafit (three times), Safsafa (three times), Ikko (twice), Jubb al-Zaur (twice), Kalaba (twice), Beit Smayra, Kara Kilisa, Kinsabba, Beit Sivan, Qellaz, Tuffakiya (twice), Sandran, Harab-al-Hizato, as well as positions of government forces near Jebel-Castro, Latakia province, districts of Makenis-Ed-Duwairi (four times), Ballyrmoun (twice), al-Zahra (twice), Hara, Halab Al-Jadida, Benjamin, research center (twice) and the sector of the Castello and western outskirts of the city of Aleppo, settlements of Tell Marak, Al-Latamna, Sheikh Barakeh, the province of Hama.
Besides, there were shelling attacks against Tadef, Aleppo province, from positions of the Free Syrian Army located on territories controlled by Turkish-backed formations near the town of al-Bab.
The Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides urges leaders of illegal armed formations operating in the Idlib de-escalation zone to cease hostilities and move towards peaceful settlement of the situation in areas they occupy.