Kurdistan Support Association sends medical aid to northern and eastern Syria

The Kurdish Red Crescent received a quantity of medicines and medical aid provided by the "Kurdistan Support Association" operating in Russia, which was sent to northern and eastern Syria.

The Kurdistan Support Association has been working for 4 years in Russia, and is active in the domain of ​relief and aid for the displaced and refugees inside and outside Russia.

Today, the Association provided the first batch of its medical aid to the Kurdish Red Crescent at the Crescent headquarter in Amuda district of Qamishlo canton.

The aid included various types of medicines and first medical materials, as well as some types of drugs used in the first aid.

According to the Media Committee of the Kurdish Red Crescent, these medicines will be distributed to centers and hospitals affiliated with the Kurdish Red Crescent, which in turn will distribute them to citizens, displaced persons and refugees free of charge.


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