As reported by Censor.NET, the girls depicted in the calendar allegedly hail from the cities of Aleppo, Tartous, Lattakia and Sweida. They propose the Russian soldiers to "see inside their hearts."
Each girl on the calendar is wearing a kokoshnik (a head dress worn by Russian women) "as a symbol of respect for the culture of the country which came to the defense of their homeland." Instead of holidays, the dates of important events in the Syrian war are marked red on the calendar," the propagandists' press release reads.
"I feel calm when you control my homeland"
Some inscriptions on the calendar look at least mockingly on the backdrop of mass bombing of civilians in Aleppo and other Syrian cities.
"I wish I could see you for a moment" ("mig" in Russian, as in MiG jet)
Fatima Duxi from Aleppo wishing to see another Russian MiG fighter jet probably does not follow the news from her hometown.
"Is it your aircraft carrier parked off the Syrian shore?"
Authors of the calendar told a lame joke about the ill-famed Admiral Kuznetsov carrier which lost several its aircraft during landing.
"A military overlord is known by the company he keeps"
This inscription reminds a slogan of Ukrainian football fans, which has already become a meme.
"My Palmyra's fate is in your hands"
The Russians reportedly put Palmyra's fate along with truckloads of weapons into the hands of ISIS terrorists.
"I knew straight away that your intentions were sincere"
The only "sincere intention" the Russians have is to raze the cities full of civilians to the ground.
The authors told the Russian media that the girls depicted on the calendar left Syria several years ago and are now studying at the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
"Do you remember when we first met?"
"By participating in the creation of the calendar, I wanted to express gratitude to those who protect my relatives and friends, those who are now in my hometown of Aleppo. This is a small token of my gratitude to the Russian military," said project participant, a native of Aleppo Maram Khimsi.
The calendar will be bestowed to the Russian soldiers involved in the war crimes in Syria as a New Year's gift.