“The Russian army’s humanitarian actions are wonderfully prepared. I think that it is worth telling about this! And it is worth mentioning the horrifying scale of destruction in some parts of Aleppo. Like the visit to the school in the Eastern part of Aleppo, when you see broken buildings around and, in the midst of them in a destroyed school children studying, and once again the Russian army is giving children food. Children also received school supplies in aid from Russia. We were explained that Syrians are receiving aid not only from the Russians, but also Belorussians, Kazakhs, Serbs…This made me very happy. Almost no one talks about this. European media reports only about how severe the humanitarian situation in Aleppo is,” Kohlicek said.