The Plan progresses deal with rebels in Aleppo and nibbles territories, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
As the second largest city saw an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, the bombing of the Syrian regime and its Russian ally continue Friday, September 30 in Aleppo rebel districts.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) called Damascus and Moscow put end “bloodshed” on the main front of the conflict. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), fighting in besieged Aleppo were 338 dead, including 106 children, and 846 injured in one week.
“We ask four things: stop kill stop attacking the health services, let out the sick and wounded and let enter of aid humanitarian. The situation is really hopeless “lamented Rick Brennan, director of risk management for emergency and humanitarian action in the WHO.
The Plan is now progressing deal with rebels in Aleppo and nibbles territories, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH), an NGO based in London and featuring field informants.
In the north, “after have resumed Thursday in the former rebel camp Handarat Palestinian refugee regime forces took Friday morning former Kindi hospital” , said Rami Abdel Rahman, director of the OSDH.
Moscow and Washington on the verge of rupture
Friday, September 30 marks the first anniversary of the beginning of the Russian intervention in Syria . “Neither Islamic State nor Al-Qaeda nor Al-Nosra forehead are now installed in Damascus” said door Floor-to the presidency, Dmitry Peskov, ensuring that Russian intervention prevented the Islamists of take control of the country.
More than 3,800 civilians were killed and 20,000 injured by the Russian Air Force in one year of Syrian interference, according to a report from the OSDH. Charges dismissed Friday by the Kremlin, which has called for evidence.
The soldiers ‘ghosts’ of Putin in Syria
Today, Washington and the Kremlin are at the brink of collapse, less than two weeks after the failure of the cease-fire provided in the US-Russian agreement of 9 September. The Minister of Foreign Affairs Russian Sergei Lavrov said that the agreement was still holding, and added that he would meet in the day by telephone with his US counterpart, Secretary of State John Kerry.
Thursday, he had threatened to arrest any cooperation on Syria if Moscow did not end its bombing in Aleppo. The Kremlin had immediately assured it would continue its strikes.