quinta-feira, 18 de fevereiro de 2016

Syria: regime approves access of humanitarian aid to besieged areas

The Syrian regime has authorized access of humanitarian aid to besieged areas of the country seven.

The UN Special Envoy, Staffan de Mistura, who got the "green light" from Damascus after a meeting with the head of diplomacy, Syria did not provide a timetable for providing assistance, but said the commitment of the regime of Bashar al-Assad would be "tested" from this Wednesday.

Farhan Haq, spokesman for the UN Secretary-General, explained that "humanitarian agencies and several partners are preparing to aid to slip off as soon as possible, in the next few days. As underlined the Special Envoy, the test will begin tomorrow [ndr: this Wednesday] ".

The comment of mixture was frowned upon by the Syrian regime, which said the UN Envoy's own credibility needs to be tested. Among the locales that should receive humanitarian aid this Madaya town surrounded by the army, where famine has been used as a weapon of war.

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