the Refusal of Russia and China to sign a resolution on humanitarian aid to Syria “puts at stake the life of the people.” This was stated by foreign Minister of Germany Heiko Maas in an interview with Süddeutsche Zeitung, extracts quoted by the new York times.
the Minister has accused Russia of worsening humanitarian crisis in Syria. According to him, 2.8 million people in need of assistance from the international community, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, they face more suffering. However, Russia vetoed a resolution on Syria, so the Syrians will help not wait. For humanitarian Affairs should put aside political disputes, I’m sure Maas, otherwise it can become a “death sentence” for the hungry.
Earlier, the UN resolution about supplies of humanitarian aid to Syria was not adopted due to the veto of China and Russia. Russia reportedly submitted to a vote its own draft resolution, which provides only one open border crossing in the next six months. The project was rejected.
Permanent representative of Germany to the UN, Christoph Heusgen on the eve said that “Russia sees in the supply limitation of the Syrian sovereignty”. According to him, “Russia is committed to Bashar al-Assad gained control over the entire country.” In response, the Russian representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzia said that the West turns humanitarian aid into a tool for the split of the Syrian population.
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