Who gains by supporting ISIS and other terrorists to wage war in Syria for regime change? Washington and Israel most of all. Along with their allies, they’re partnered against Assad.
Separately on Thursday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry commented on humanitarian aid needed for the Rukban refugee camp in southern Syria – largely blocked by US occupying forces, the ministry saying:
“No Syrian army units or representatives of the legitimate authorities of the Syrian Arab Republic are allowed” in a US illegally occupied 55 km zone around At Tanf near the Iraq border.
The Pentagon uses this territory to train anti-government terrorists. Around 60,000 Syrian refugees face dire conditions, prevented from receiving vital food, medical supplies and other essentials to life and well-being.
“We regard as unacceptable attempts by Washington to justify the use of military force against the sovereignty and territorial inviolability of the Syrian Arab Republic,” Russia’s Foreign Ministry said, adding:
“Assurances by the United States that its military are allegedly staying on Syrian soil for the purpose of fighting terrorists are unconvincing and open to criticism.”
“We demand that all restrictions on access for convoys of food and medicines be lifted and that humanitarian operations in the area be more transparent.”
Demands aren’t good enough. Nor is saying Washington must “respect the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and independence of Syria…”
The Trump administration ignores these comments, doing what it pleases, at war with Syria. Its hostility toward Russia is unrelenting.
Written by Stephen Lendman – a Research Associate of the CRG, Correspondent of Global Research based in Chicago.
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