Australia tells rule ‘There can be no excuse’ for Syria attacks

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Australia tells rule 'There can be no excuse' for Syria attacks

Speaking in his first session as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council of Australia, Russia has said that the responsibility should be handled for the crisis.

 

Australia has condemned the Syrian regime for the continuous bombardment of civilians in eastern Ghotas, warning that if many illegal attacks continue, many will die.

 

Speaking in his first session as a member of the Human Rights Council of Australia, he said that it is concerned due to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Eastern Ghats, where about 400,000 people live in siege and bombardment by the Syrian regime.

 

For Humanity says Australia.

De Afrez, in charge of the mission of Australia in Geneva, said, “Despite the passage of the resolution of the United Nations Security Council 2401 in recent days, hundreds have been killed.” An international humanitarian law is clear – there can be no justification for such attacks, which are indiscriminate and inconsistent. ”

Australia tells rule 'There can be no excuse' for Syria attacks

In order to debate the worsening humanitarian crisis in the Eastern Ghata, the Human Rights Council took extraordinary steps to clarify its scheduled agenda.

 

The rebel-held enclave near Damascus, Syria’s capital, is under government siege since 2013. The latest protests have fiercely bombed the Syrian and Russian warships since February 18. On February 24, the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed Resolution 2401 in the favor of one month’s ceasefire, but it failed.

 

Instead, Russia has proposed a ceasefire in the fight between 9 am and noon and civilian corridors have allowed citizens to escape. Even they have not been fair.

 

Strahan Raising, sympathy at Syria Attack.

With Arismis Banniyon, Australia condemned the Syrian regime on the Council’s floor, and strongly advised the main supporters of the Security Council that it is still responsible for the massacre and to bring an end to violence.

 

Strahan said that “If the government continues its aggressive situation many people will die”. “We urge the United Nations Security Council to immediately end the bombardment for the immediate implementation of the ceasefire … and allow the Aramas to reach the need of assistance.

 

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