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Syria calls on the United Nations and the Security Council to condemn the Israeli attacks and implement the relevant resolutions to end the occupation

2022-05-21T17:58:00.202Z

Damascus, SANA- Syria has once again called on the United Nations and the UN Security Council to issue a clear and explicit condemnation of the terrorist attacks.



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Syria once again called on the United Nations and the Security Council to issue a clear and explicit condemnation of the repeated Israeli attacks and to implement United Nations resolutions related to ending the Israeli occupation of the occupied territories.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said in a letter it addressed to the United Nations and the Security Council today, “For the second time in a week, the Israeli occupation forces committed a brutal missile aggression on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic, where the Israeli enemy carried out at around eleven o’clock in the evening of Saturday, May 20, 2022.” An aggression with surface-to-surface missiles from the direction of the occupied Syrian Arab Golan, targeting some points in southern Damascus, which led to the death of three people and material losses.”

The ministry added, "While the Syrian Arab Republic condemns this blatant aggression and stresses that it reserves the right to respond by appropriate means established by international law and the Charter of the United Nations, it continues to look forward and expect the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Security Council to issue a clear and frank condemnation of the repeated Israeli attacks, in line with the mandate of The Security Council in maintaining international peace and security and in implementing United Nations resolutions related to ending the Israeli occupation of the occupied Syrian territories, as well as requiring the Israeli aggressor party to respect the relevant Security Council resolutions and to abide by the provisions of the Separation of Forces and Disengagement Agreement signed in Geneva on May 31, 1974 and to cease immediately and unconditionally threaten regional and international peace and security.

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Source: sena

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