A Russian AN-124 cargo airplane delivered 40 tons of French humanitarian aid from an airport in Chateauroux, France, to Hmeymim airbase in Syria, between Friday and Saturday, after starting its mission at Chkalovsky Airport in Russia, according to the Russian Ministry of Defence.

“Today one plane of the Military Transport Aviation of the Russian Aerospace Forces – an AN-124 Ruslan – delivered more than 40 tons of humanitarian cargo to Hmeymin base from France,” said Head of the Group for Coordination of Cooperation with Foreign Organisations of the Russian Centre for the Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria, Maxim Kasilin.

The humanitarian cargo comprises medicine, daily necessities, clothes and tents.

“This cargo will be transferred to the Syrian Arabic Red Crescent movement. And consequently it will be delivered to the regions that were most afflicted by the hostilities against terrorism,” he added.

 

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sweet robert
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Armenia was much more generous than France and it is a poor nation.

Daeshbags Sux
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Except that Armenia is just helping a single neighbouring country while Frenchs are doing this in MANY countries.
And they made way more serious job than cumulated Yankees+Russians at trampling global jihad under feet in Africa…
Better remember that Boko-Haram and other roaches managed to take a territory as big as the USA!!!
Mali alone is more than 5x bigger than Syria and was cleansed in 3-4 weeks…

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France has armed Wahhabist extremists in Syria and Libya, lets be realistic when we say they’re doing their bit to fight terrorism. Oh and their interventions in Africa have gone down great with the local population. Who doesn’t love their kids being molested by foreign soldiers, on a large scale?