Cases of violations of the ceasefire are recorded in the provinces of Aleppo and Latakia in Syria, said at a briefing representative of the Center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria, Major-General Yuri Yevtushenko.
The Russian-Iranian-Turkish Joint Coordination Center monitors compliance with the ceasefire in Syria.
“During the day, the center recorded some cases of violation of the ceasefire in the provinces of Aleppo and Latakia,” Yevtushenko said.
The Russian Center for Reconciliation ensured the safe and unhindered conduct of the UN humanitarian convoy in the town of Tell-Gehab in the province of Deraa. The residents were provided with food and household supplies with a total weight of 110 tons.
The inhabitants of the Marrat village of Deir ez Zor province are supplied with drinking water.
Russian military doctors rendered medical assistance to 183 Syrians for 24 hours.
The Russian Center takes an active part in the activities of 24 humanitarian aid centers established in Syria, whose purpose is to distribute essential food products, provide psychological assistance to civilians affected by the fighting, and organize the education of children.
During the event in the Russian Cultural Center in Damascus, within the framework of the action “The Unarmy of Russia for the Children of Syria” more than 300 pupils of primary classes received gift sets from backpacks, office supplies and clothes.
At the meetings of the National Reconciliation Committees of the provinces, the Russian Center participates in resolving the problems of the humanitarian situation, organizing the restoration of socially significant objects, and in resolving issues related to the return of refugees to their former places of residence.
Yevtushenko noted that the number of refugees returning to the Bayte Jinn and Mazra’at-Byte-Jinn settlements in the Reef Damascus province, freed from militants, is increasing, 18 families have returned there over the past day.
A total of 244 people returned to their homes in a day, including 114 in Damascus province, 79 in Deir ez Zor province, 24 in Homs province, and 27 in Aleppo province.