The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is cynically distorting the facts by speculating on the tragedy in the Syrian city of As-Suwayda and accusing Damascus of strengthening the concentration of ISIS militants in the south of the country, a Russian diplomatic source said.
“The OHCHR statement is a cynical distortion of the facts. There was and could not be any agreement with ISIS […]
There was no relocation of terrorists from Yarmouk, Tadamon and Hajar al-Aswad, as stated in a statement by OHCHR. During the mentioned period, there was an organized humanitarian action for the evacuation of women and children in these regions to Idlib, which happened at the end of the holy month of Ramadan […]
The goal was to prevent victims in the area by anti-terrorist operations against ISIS, […]
In this regard, we have witnessed many cases on the evacuation of ISIS terrorists as part of agreements signed with the participation of the US-led international coalition. This statement by again confirms that the organization is assisting opponents of the legitimate Syrian government. These officials use bloody events in As-Suwayda to formulate false accusations against the Syrian authorities […] is simply shocking,”
The diplomat pointed out that the OHCHR’s statement was an attempt to accuse Damascus of cooperating with ISIS while the Syrian government has been struggling to eliminate terrorism in the war-torn country.
On Tuesday, a statement criticizing the Syrian government for allegedly transferring ISIS terrorists to the Syrian As-Suwayda province, which the UN agency said resulted in the killing of more than 200 people when they launched a massive terror attack days ago.
The UN made no attack against the US when they made a deal to evacuate ISIS terrorists from the northern city of Raqqa, once again demonstrating how the organization is not impartial.