Russia’s permanent representative at UN HQs in Syria after the introduction of the ceasefire regime decreased their activity

Russia’s permanent representative at UN HQs in Syria after the introduction of the ceasefire regime decreased their activity


Russian HQs in Syria after the imposition of the cease-fire has sharply reduced its activity, said Russia’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva, Borodavkin.

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However, UN security Council resolution on Syria does not abolish the blows of the Russian Federation and the US coalition on the Islamic state and “dzhebhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia). But claiming the bombing groups in Syria need to go to centers of the Russian Federation and the United States, and not to complain to regional patrons, said Russia’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva.

Moscow hopes that the opposition in Syria will unite with government forces in the fight against terrorism.

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