Iran, Russia, Turkey Slams The Continuing Israeli Military Attacks In Syria

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Syria SyriaIran, Russia, Turkey slammed the continuing Israeli military attacks in Syria. They were the guarantors or delegators of the Astana peace process. The guarantors of Iran, Russia, and Turkey had met in Kazakhstan on Wednesday. They issued a joint statement on the humanitarian issue in Syria. They aimed at resolving the Syrian conflict, which emerged due to war and the humanitarian issue.

Delegators slams Israel’s use of civilian aircraft to cover up its attacks

The delegators slammed Israel’s use of civilian aircraft to cover up its attacks on Arab countries including Syria. At the conclusion of the 17th round of talks within the Astana format, the guarantors issued a joint statement with the purpose of ensuring peace in Syria. They called for an end to the aggression in Syria. They reportedly also said that Israeli military attacks in Syria violate the international humanitarian law, and the sovereignty of Syria and neighbouring countries.

Consequently, they agreed that constant security and stability in Syria can only be achieved on the basis of the preservation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. They also found out that there is a need to eradicate the impediments and to increase humanitarian assistance to all the citizens of Syria without discrimination, politicization and preconditions.

Covid-19 in Syria

The delegators also expressed concern about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Syria. Syria has been the centre of a brutal civil war for a long time. Millions of Syrians face the everyday threats of violence, hunger, and disease. The Syrian people are reportedly suffering from food insecurity, which is currently the highest it has ever been since the beginning of the Syrian civil war in 2011. They are unable to get basic things after the war. Reportedly, the COVID-19 pandemic also pushed Syrian to the brink in Syria.

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