UN Security Council today vote in favor of sending observers to Aleppo

It was reported earlier that the idea of sending an impartial international observers was endorsed by Barack Obama
17:30, 18 December 2016

The UN Security Council today, December 18, votes for the resolution on sending observers in Aleppo.

This was reported by AFP, citing diplomats.

Previously, the idea to send in Aleppo international observers who will monitor the process of evacuation of residents was supported by Barack Obama. According to him, Aleppo requires the presence of impartial international force to help to coordinate and organize the evacuation of people through safe corridors.

Obama stressed that the residents of the city should have "free access" to humanitarian assistance.

On Friday, December 16, France's permanent representative to the UN, said that his delegation intended to submit to the UN Security Council a draft resolution on the need for evacuation under the supervision of international observers, humanitarian assistance to the people, the safety of hospitals and medical staff.

Related: Freed from captivity Kolodiy tomorrow will arrive in Kyiv, - coordinator

Related: ISIS claimed responsibility for attack in Yemeni city of Aden

Related: "Cyborg" Taras Kolodiy was released from captivity, - Poroshenko

Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

see more