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Russia said at the UN: ‘Stop the attacks on hospitals in Syria’

On Thursday, Russia defied the United Nations Security Council demanding for an end to attacks on health care facilities in Syria’s Idlib region.

The diplomats stated after the most recent discussion over brutality in the nation’s last main enemy bastion. As per the international media, the results led to an unusual statement following the conference by the UN’s humanitarian chief, Mark Lowcock.

“The bloodshed must stop,” he stated. Russian and Assad system aircraft since late April increased lethal attack on the Idlib region and around 3,000,000 people died in northwest Syria.

On July 10, blast in Maarat National Hospital, one of the biggest in the territory, the UN “deconflicting ways” that aimed to save civilian offices.

However, again Russia denied attacking any health facilities. Moscow’s UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia told journalists.

“I gave data from my ministry of defense”, and investigation exhibited that there were “no advances at nine out of eleven health care facilities.”The locals on near Turkey are directed by Syria’s previous Al-Qaeda associate Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham, however other jihadist and radical groups are additionally present. A week ago UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres firmly denounced airstrikes in the area.

Reports from a Syrian doctors’ group that four health facilities including the Maarat Al-Numan got hit during a single day of the bombardment. Syria’s war has slaughtered more than 370,000 people and uprooted millions since it began in 2011 with a fierce crackdown on hostile to government rallies.

By Grace Young

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