Russia to send 4,000 tons of pipes, cables and machinery to reconstruct Syria

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Russia to send 4,000 tons of pipes, cables and machinery to reconstruct Syria
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Russia will send more than 4,000 tons of materials and over 40 pieces of construction equipment to Syria to help the war-torn country in its multibillion-dollar reconstruction effort, RT reported.

The shipment of industrial aid consists of “more than 40 units of construction equipment,” such as bulldozers, excavators and cranes, Russia’s Defense Ministry  said.

In addition, the country will receive “over 2 thousand tons of metal pipes” that would be used to restore water infrastructure as well as “hundreds of kilometers of high-voltage and fiber-optic cables” to restore electricity and communications lines.

The construction material, which will be shipped from the port of Novorossiysk, will be used to restore “critical infrastructure” to those areas that have been recently freed from terrorist fighters, the Defense Ministry said, adding that hospitals and schools remain the priority.

The announcement of Russia’s industrial aid support followed the meeting between Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu and Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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