While Turkish and worldwide NGOs and aid workers provide humanitarian aid to about 30,000 people in the camp, sending in more aid has proved impossible.
The three guarantors bear a particular responsibility since they have their own posts around the situation in Idlib and they have negotiated for a long time the de-escalation zones and different other forms and arrangements, said the United Nations chief.
"The implementation of this provocation, which is being conducted with the assistance of the British intelligence services, is meant to serve as the latest pretext for the U.S., Britain and France to deliver a missile strike against state and economic facilities in Syria", General Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, recently stated. "Beyond the immediate human toll, such use would lead to a situation spiraling out of control", he warned.
Haley accused Russian Federation and Iran of having little interest in a political solution and called their actions those of "cowards interested in a bloody military conquest".
Kalin said Turkey expects all parties to make "constructive" contributions and agree on a political solution on Syria.
The UN has said as many as 800,000 people could be displaced by a regime assault on Idlib and surrounding areas.
This picture taken in Kafr Ain on September 7, 2018, shows smoke rising as government forces target the city, 4 kilometers east of Khan Shaykhun in the southern countryside of Idlib province.Читайте также: Dr. Disrespect's house shot at while he was streaming
"We consider any assault on Idlib to be a reckless escalation of the conflict".
HTS is considered a terrorist group by Russian Federation and Turkey, with Russian Federation and the Syrian government using the group's presence in the area as one of the main justifications for its assault.
"Russia has requested an open session of the UN Security Council, bearing in mind the interest demonstrated by a number of Security Council members to the results of the Russia-Iran-Turkey summit".
Turkey's Sinirlioglu, whose country supports the Syrian opposition, countered that "only a viable cease-fire would allow the creation of an environment to effectively fight terrorism".
He said that efforts should be made immediately to prepare for a mass humanitarian crisis should thousands of people be displaced by the fighting. "It is unacceptable to spare terrorists".
Russia's United Nations ambassador said "terrorists" can't be allowed to hold hundreds of thousands of people as "human shields" in Idlib where he said "tens of thousands" of fighters linked to al-Qaida, the Islamic State and other extremist groups are concentrated.
Regime leader Bashar al Assad has now set his sights on Idlib, and his forces have stepped up bombardment of the densely populated province since the beginning of the month. "There is no doubt that such provocations are being prepared", he added, noting that terrorist groups operating in Syria are on the defensive and are getting desperate, as the Syrian government's mission to combat and defeat the terrorist threat continues to make progress.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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