Briefing by Russian Centre for Reconciliation (December 16, 2017)
The Russian Centre for reconciliation of opposing sides and Committee for control of eastern territories focused their joint work on returning refugees back home.
Officers of the Russian Reconciliation Centre, Hama province administration, and Red Crescent Committee scheduled resettlement of persons living in al-Taymada al-Baltariya, west Hama, to Mardes.
Over the last 24 hours, 38 people have made their way back home to the provinces of Aleppo (15) and Hama (23).
Ten citizens, who had returned to al-Huseiniyah, Deir ez-Zor province, have been provided drinking water and medical assistance.
Joint work of officers of the Russian Reconciliation Centre, National Reconciliation Committee of the Idlib de-escalation zone, and local administration resulted in signing of a ceasefire agreement with the settlements of Ayn Abu Sirah and Tell Dakhiriyet al-Sayah, Aleppo province.
The Russian Federation continues providing humanitarian assistance to Syrians.
Over the last 24 hours, the Russian Centre for reconciliation of opposing sides has held one humanitarian action in the settlement Qasir al-Ward, Aleppo province. Citizens received 1.3 tons of food supplies. Security of the humanitarian action was provided by Russian MP units.
Syrian government jointly with Russian Reconciliation Centre and UN office in Damascus continue searching for an opportunity to provide humanitarian assistance to people in al-Rukban camp.
Officers of the Russian Centre continue monitoring observation of the ceasefire regime by the opposing sides in de-escalation zones. No ceasefire violations have been registered. The humanitarian situation in the camp is getting worse.