The UN security Council rejected a second Russia's resolution on Syria

the second resolution Rejected by Russia for humanitarian aid to Syria. The project has not received a sufficient number of votes in the UN security Council, said permanent representative of Germany to the UN, Christoph Heusgen, reports TASS.

the resolution was four votes — Russia, China, Vietnam and South Africa. Seven countries voted “against” — UK, USA, France, Belgium, Germany, the Dominican Republic and Estonia. Another four abstained — Indonesia, the Niger, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Tunisia.

the Draft resolution provided for the extension of cross-border aid to Syria only through one checkpoint — “Bab al-Hawa”.

the Vote on the first version of the Russian resolution passed in the UN Security Council on 8 July. Then the document also did not receive the necessary number of votes.

Add in turn Russia and China vetoed the draft resolution, Belgium and Germany in the UN Security Council to extend the delivery of humanitarian aid to Syria through two checkpoints on the border with Turkey, “Bab al-Salam and Bab al-Hawa”.

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