Briefing of the Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides and Control of the Movement of Refugees in the Syrian Arab Republic (September 9, 2021)
Work continues in the Syrian Arab Republic to resolve the conflict in a non-military manner and to provide comprehensive assistance to Syrian citizens in restoring peaceful life.
The Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides has held two humanitarian actions over the past day in the settlements of Maaret-Muslimiya in the province of Aleppo and Deraa of the province of Deraa, during which food packages with a total weight of 11.4 tons were issued to the population.
In total, since the Russian Centre for Reconciliation started settlement process, it carried out 3,022 humanitarian campaigns. The total weight of humanitarian cargo delivered amounts to 5,2 thousand tons.
The joint efforts of Russia and Turkey continue to implement the provisions of the Russian-Turkish Memorandum of common ground of October 22, 2019.
Patrols by Russian military police continued in the Membij area of the Aleppo province from Ajami on two routes in the direction of Avshariya and Membij.
Another joint Russian-Turkish patrol took place in the al-Hasakah province along the route from Sheirek to Kidjla and back.
Russian military police units conducted patrols in the provinces of Raqqa and Hasakah along the route from Shvihan to Mestur and back, along the route from Ain-Isa to Tell-Tamer and back, from Qamishliya to Mihreikan
Over the past day, 26 attacks from the positions of the Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group were recorded in the Idlib de-escalation zone (including 20 attacks, according to the Syrian side). In Idlib province 1 attack, in the province of Latakia-9 attacks, in the province of Hama – 2 attacks, in the province of Aleppo-4 attacks.
The Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides urges leaders of illegal armed formations to cease hostilities and move towards peaceful settlement of the situation in areas they occupy, and ensure delivery of humanitarian relief to Syrian civilians.