Russian military doctors are providing medical care and medicines to residents in east Aleppo.

A field hospital has been traveling around several districts of east Aleppo, helping civilians of a different district each day.

Besides several kinds of humanitarian assitance, Russia has also deployed their Military Police in the city to provide help in preserving order.

Sapper teams are also working in an attempt to clear Aleppo of mines and other threathening objects.

East Aleppo was under control of rebel groups for several years until government forces and their allies captured it in last December, striking a major blow to the armed opposition forces.

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Please let us know where are the American, British, French field hospitals in East Aleppo! Please tell us how much aid has arrived to Aleppo from those countries which were so concerned for the safety of the local people, while they were held hostage by the terrorists!…

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Part of a normal charm offensive to gain the hearts in once guerrilla held regions. Thought the Western backed guerrilla left – so why send aid now? p.s. Governments give nothing for free and without reason. Plus even church and mosque charities come with a “price” tag attacked.