Kaluga veterans of the Russian military handed over in Syria, the gifts for the New year

the Kaluga regional Council of veterans of the Russian military handed over in Syria, the gifts for the New year.

For help in carrying out the action the members of the Council appealed to the regional administration and Directors of the local food industry. They responded immediately and in just a few days managed to collect over two tons of sweet gifts. Hundreds of boxes before sending the filled in the office of the veterans Council.

“Let the guys know that we remember them. And what we want them to have all good, and all those sweets they brought joy for the New year. It’s a little new year’s gift. I think the guys will be very pleased. And all the veterans of the Kaluga region, the last years of the war, all the difficulties, I send a low bow and greetings, and also wish to say im very kind words and worship them!”, — said a member of the Kaluga regional Council of veterans Alla Platova.

In Syria, gifts along with other products and humanitarian aid for the residents of the Arab Republic brought the military transport aircraft of Russian air force, said “Russia 24”.

the Cargo was accompanied by Deputy Chairman of the Council of veterans. He personally presented gifts to our military: pilots, technicians and soldiers of the military police directly at the airbase.

This is not the first such event organized by the Kaluga veterans with the support of the Ministry of defense of Russia. Last year they delivered humanitarian aid to the pupils of one of the Syrian children’s homes.

“We closely cooperate with the Ministry of defence. Kaluzhane always referred with pride to his army, helped and will help. We are proud of our army and its tradition. I, myself that year was in Syria, and had dinner in the dining room and in flight, and soldiers. And seen — the food is good of our children. Very well-fed. But still, in our age, and especially young people always want something sweet”, — says Deputy Chairman of the regional Council of veterans of the Kaluga region Anatoly Aachento.