Syria sent a battalion of military police from Ingushetia
Moscow. 13 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — the Battalion of the military police of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation from Ingushetia sent to the Syrian Arab Republic on a peacekeeping mission to ensure the safety of Russian air group and the Center for conciliation of the warring parties in Syria, said the head of the Republic Yunus-Bek Yevkurov.
“I am confident that our boys will adequately perform the tasks of the Supreme commander and Minister of defense of Russia”, — he told “Interfax”.
He also said that the Ingush authorities will receive the first batch of humanitarian aid to Syria.
“Not just aid collected by the inhabitants of the Republic were sent to the South-East of Ukraine, in the Crimea, Khakassia for residents affected by wildfires. Despite some difficulties, we find the opportunity to send humanitarian aid. Because we know like no other how important it is to lend a shoulder in difficult times”, — said the leader of the region. He recalled that humanitarian assistance during the crisis in Ingushetia were exported from Kazakhstan, from different regions of Russia.
Assistance will be provided to victims regardless of nationality and religion. Republic plans to transfer to Syria of food and industrial goods, including school supplies.