Footage emerged on Tuesday showing two Russian airplanes being loaded with humanitarian aid that will be delivered from Yerevan to Syria.

Under the instructions of Armenian President, Serj Sargsyan, close to 40 tons of food, clothing and other essentials will be transported to those affected by the six-year-long conflict in Syria.

Yerevan used Russian cargo planes since they have the necessary infrastructure to both deliver and issue this humanitarian assistance.

This is the second time Armenia sent humanitarian aid to Syria; the first delivery took place in autumn 2016.

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2017-02-14 16:21

Ha, to p**s off the Turks, love it!