Damascus, SANA-A Czech plane carrying medical assistance arrived in Damascus international airport on Tuesday. The assistance is offered by the Czech Red Cross to the Syrian Red Crescent organization as a second batch of the Czech medical and food aid to Syria.
Ayman Sousan, Assistant Foreign and Expatriates Minister, who received the delegation accompanying the plane, welcomed the Czech friends who arrived onboard the plane to support the efforts of the Syrian government in easing the suffering of the Syrians from terrorism.
Sousan pointed out to the good meanings of the arrival of Czech plane, appreciating Czech objective and balanced stances towards what is going on in Syria, particularly the stance of Czech on the unilateral, unfair and coercive measures imposed on the Syrian people.
For his part, Director of the Middle East Department at the Czech Foreign Ministry Pavel Klutzky thanked the Syrian and Czech officials who ensured the arrival of the second cargo of the relief aid to be distributed to the Syrian people in need.
He affirmed his country’s support to the UN relevant resolutions, particularly resolution No. 2254 to keep Syria safe and stable.
The first batch of the Czech humanitarian aid arrived in Damascus on Sunday.