Armenian humanitarian mission disinfects streets in Aleppo

Armenian humanitarian mission disinfects streets in Aleppo

PanARMENIAN.Net - The humanitarian mission of Armenia in Syria has disinfected streets and neighborhoods in Aleppo, the Center for Humanitarian Demining and Expertise has said in a Facebook post.

In footage posted online, a truck is seen spraying chlorine-based disinfectant to make the environment safer amid the spread of the novel coronavirus in the world.

The experts involved in the humanitarian mission in the war-torn city continue their work, while the skilled Armenian doctors adhere to all safety rules and apply all preventive measures.

Armenia first sent a humanitarian mission consisting of sappers, doctors and security specialists to Syria in February 2019. The Armenian specialists de-mine settlements in Aleppo, raise awareness of the threats coming from mines and provide medical services.

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