Ban Ki-moon calls bombs on Aleppo war crime
Ban Ki-moon has Sunday during the general assembly of the United Nations, following in the footsteps of many of his disgust shown about the persistent attacks on Aleppo from the air.
Warplanes of the Syrian army, which is supported by the Russians, to throw over the rebels controlled areas in the east of the city under the more bombs that bunkers can destroy you. The secretary-general of the UN spoke of ‘barbaric practices’ and ‘war crimes’ and called for de-escalation.
“We must not forget that hospitals and schools by the struggle only in cellars can work. This kind of bombs blows no bunkers, but accepts people from who are looking for the last refuges that still remains. The systematic use of heavy weapons of mass destruction in densely populated areas is a war crime.”
The Security council is therefore, at the request of the united states, Great Britain and convened for a spoedzitting. Before Ban Sunday the word conducted, the U.s. representative Samantha Power, her British colleague Matthew Rycroft, and and special Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura is in similar words spoken about the emergency situation which arose after the end of the truce.
Power condemned the Russian action in Syria as “barbaric, and not focused on the fight against terrorism”. The Russian, Vitali Tsjoerkin defended the government in Moscow by stating that in Syria, hundreds of armed troops are active everywhere in the country, without respect of persons, shelling, attacks and bombings take place and that a peace process almost impossible.