Damascus, SANA – The Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed on Thursday new letters to the chiefs of the UN and the international Security Council over the constantly repeated attacks of the US-led coalition against Syrian territory and civilians, reports SANA.
The recent crime of the coalition’s repeated attacks on civilians and infrastructure in Syria for the past several months took place on Wednesday, as the coalition’s warplanes shelled al-Sout town in the countryside of Deir Ezzor with the internationally-banned white phosphorus , claiming the lives of a number of civilians and leaving others injured, the Ministry complained. (Photo: Deir ez Zoor, EndTimesNewsReport screenshot)
A day before, the coalition’s air force committed a massacre in Markada town to the south of Hasaka city, killing Syrian civilians, including two women, and 6 members of an Iraqi family that had moved to Hasaka from Mosul, the Ministry added.
While expressing its strong condemnation of the coalition’s attacks, “war crimes and crimes against humanity”, Syria regrets that some countries that claim to respect human rights and the international law are acting members of this coalition, the Ministry said in its letters.
Syria “calls on these countries, which we got used to hearing their voices and demands for an end of all forms of aggression and for respect of human rights and the international humanitarian law, to withdraw from this coalition that has marred [these countries’] reputation and shed plenty of the Syrians’ blood in their name,” the letters read.
In its two letters , the Ministry renewed also its demand that the Security Council take immediate action to stop the “barbarous crimes” and “gross violations” of the international humanitarian law and the international human rights law repeatedly committed by the coalition.
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