Aleppo, SANA – The Armenian Humanitarian Mission has finished dismantling anti-tank mines, anti-personnel mines, and IEDS left behind by terrorist groups in al-Ziraa town in Aleppo southern countryside, clearing a total area of 51,433 square meters.
The Consul of Armenia in Aleppo Armen Sargsyan pointed out to the Armenian Humanitarian Mission’s efforts and Armenia’s assistance to the Syria and its people to spread peace.
The Mission’s representative at the Armenian Consulate Arkady Donoyan said that the Mission includes demining experts as well as doctors, and that the Mission’s goal is to carry out humanitarian work to help the Syrian people who had embraced the Armenian people, particularly after the massacres perpetrated against them.
For his part, Deputy Governor of Aleppo Ahmad al-Yassin underlined the importance of dismantling the landmines remnants of terrorism in Aleppo southern countryside, which had been liberated by the Syrian Arab Army in cooperation with allies and friends.
Shaza / Hazem Sabbagh