UN experts said the air strike on a humanitarian convoy in Aleppo

After analyzing the data, experts at the UN have come to the conclusion that the shelling of the convoy of humanitarian organizations and the Syrian branch of the red Crescent society, presumably, was carried out from the air. A report on the outcome of the investigation was available to the Agency The Associated Press.

To such conclusion experts have come, analyzing data from satellite images. They determined that the images show the destruction in part of the city controlled by the rebels, who had suffered, presumably in an airstrike.

Some photographs show large craters with a signature that they arose as a result of air strikes. UN expert Lars Bromley argues that the destruction of artillery and mortar fire look different.

“Since the breakdown of the cease-fire, you certainly saw a large number of new damage,” said Bromley.