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Thursday, March 15, 2018

The defense Ministry said about the paradoxical behavior of the West on the humanitarian issue of Syria

Official representative of Russian defense Ministry major General Igor Konashenkov told about inappropriate behavior of Western partners in Syria, specifically the indifference of countries to the humanitarian situation in the country.

“The crushing defeat of the ISIS terrorists in Syria from government forces with the support of the Russian space forces have once again highlighted the falsity of the desire of the leading European capitals to provide real assistance to the Syrian population, – said Konashenkov. – There is a paradoxical situation. “Alarm” and “concern” about the humanitarian situation “on the ground” covers Paris and London only in respect of the Syrian areas under the full control of terrorists.”

According to the representative of the defense Ministry, immediately after the liberation of settlements from fighters the Western media “covers information calm”, a humanitarian convoy from the Europeans completely “dissolve”.


“After the release this week of the long-suffering of Deir ez-Zor the Syrian army nor the Syrian authorities nor the Russian centre of reconciliation of the warring parties from European countries or international organizations have not received any appeal on the direction of humanitarian aid”, – said Konashenkov.

He stressed that the Syrians are now the “most needed not empty words and tears of emotion, and real food, medicines and basic necessities”.


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