The Kremlin commented on the data about 9 thousand victims of air strikes in Syria

According to the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov cannot be considered reliable data organisation based outside Syria, reports “Interfax”. “We appreciate the information from the organizations located in the UK, about what is happening in Syria as reliable,” he said in response to a request to comment on the information disseminated by the Western media with reference to the Syrian monitoring centre for human rights located in London.

Assessment of human rights defenders, in the year since the beginning of the Russian operation in Syria in the bombing of the Military space forces (VKS) died 9364 person. The center said that this number includes civilians and members of various armed groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Various human rights organizations have accused Russia in the indiscriminate use of weapons, and the use of prohibited types of weapons, including ammunition, incendiary, and cluster bombs.

The defense Ministry has repeatedly denied the allegations. By mid-March, according to defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, in Syria, the Russian troops destroyed more than 2 thousand militants, natives of Russia.

Russia launched a military operation in Syria on 30 September last year. Aviation videoconferencing supports the actions of the Syrian army against the opposition of rebel and terrorist groups.

The Syrian opposition claims that as a result of Russian air strikes killed civilians. In particular, the activists claimed that over the past two weeks in Aleppo, the victims of the bombing were more than 200 people.

According to the world health organization (who), in the Eastern districts of Aleppo controlled by the rebels in recent weeks the fighting has killed 338 people, including 106 children. Still 846 people were injured, 261 child, reports Reuters. The representative of who, speaking on Friday in Geneva, said that the organization asks for four things: stop the killing, to stop attacks on doctors to let the sick and wounded to leave the combat zone and skip to besieged areas for humanitarian aid.