More than 44 women and children arrived at Grozny airport, Monday, after being evacuated from the combat zones in Syria.
Among them, nine children and two women are reportedly citizens of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. The rest are said to come from Bashkortostan, Orel, Dagestan and other regions, including ten women and children from Chechnya.
One of the rescued women recounted, “I experienced all the horrors that are possible on earth. As long as you do not find yourself there, it seems that this does not happen, but in reality – this is reality.”
In the past four months, more than 50 people returned from Iraq and Syria, 30 of whom were children.