Russian Emergencies Ministry’s press service announced that Russia will soon deploy mobile hospitals to Aleppo region to provide treatment to residents. According to Ministry’s press service, Under the instructions issued by the Russian President, the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s airmobile hospital and doctors will fly to Syria in the morning on November 30. The hospital will be deployed near of Aleppo to provide highly-qualified, high-tech medical assistance to residents of that Syrian city hit by artillery bombardments by terrorist groups’ gunmen. Among those who need emergency medical assistance are children, women and senior citizens who cannot get it to the full extent in Aleppo whose infrastructure has been destroyed and hospitals damaged. The Ministry also confirmed that Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu issued an order to swiftly send a special task medical team and a field hospital to Aleppo. It comes as the Russian military announced a breakthrough in Syria’s operation to retake the militant-held part of Aleppo. Tens of thousands of civilians, who were previously kept by armed groups as human shields, are now in the government-controlled part of the city and require supplies and medical attention.