Hundreds of Kuwaitis carrying banners saying “Stop crimes” and “Save Aleppo,” have marched on the diplomatic compound housing the Russian Embassy in Kuwait City.
Protesters then marched toward the fence of the compound, shouting: “The people want the expulsion of the ambassador.”
Police watched the demonstration closely but it ended peacefully.
Kuwaits Parliament is set to hold a special debate on Aleppo on Dec. 28, speaker Marzouk Al-Ghanem said on Wednesday.
Kuwaiti charities and the Kuwait Red Crescent Society have launched fund-raising campaigns for victims of the fighting in Aleppo.
During a weeks-long regime assault to retake opposition-held parts of Aleppo, the city has seen some of the worst fighting in Syria’s five-year war.
More than 310,000 people have been killed since the Syrian conflict began, and over half the population has been displaced, with millions becoming refugees.